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News you might have missed: 23 April 2009

newspapersBecause you can’t follow all the latest cleantech news around the clock, here is Greenbang’s daily summary of headlines and developments you might have missed:

  • Switzerland-based Oerlikon Solar is cutting back staff and hours in the face of business slowed by the global recession;
  • WSP Group and Telehouse Europe have announced that Telehouse West, a new £80-million state-of-the-art data centre in London, will transform generated waste heat into energy for the local Docklands community;
  • Opcon AB, the energy and environmental technology Group, has signed a binding letter of intent to acquire 75 per cent of Saxlund Holding AB, which is one of Northern Europe’s leading suppliers of equipment for bioenergy plants;
  • The Vatican’s plans for a 100-megawatt solar installation would make it a net energy exporter by 2014, according to The Cleantech Group;
  • Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a concrete material that can heal itself when it cracks. No human intervention is necessary — just water and carbon dioxide.

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