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3,300 m² for sports club in Brazil

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on August 8, 2018
Photo: EhSolA 3,300 m² solar field is currently being built at one of Minas Tênis Clube’s four locations in Brazil. The system at the sports club in Belo Horizonte, in the province of Minas Gerais, is planned to meet 70 % of the water heating demand for five pools, including an Olympic one, and three large changing rooms. Commissioning is scheduled for the end of August. Minas Tênis Clube is private non-profit organisations and one of the biggest sports clubs in the country. At its facilities, open seven days a week, it provides services to around 73,000 members with 1,000 employees. 
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Great Britain: Performance of UK Green Deal Scheme

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on November 14, 2014
Green DealUK Energy Minister Greg Barker, initiator of The Green Deal, called it a “flagship energy efficiency programme” during the launch of the scheme in the beginning 2013. One and half years later Barker stepped down as minister and the statistics of the Green Deal shows a rather poor performance despite more than half-a-billion pounds of taxpayers’ money being spent. The question is now whether the whole scheme can survive after the parliament members of the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee report delivered a highly critical review of the programme’s performance and describes how “the first eighteen months of the Green Deal have been largely wasted”. 
Banner: Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
 

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