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University of Virginia: Energy and Utility Master Plan and Cogeneration Study

Summary In response to campus growth, the existing campus utility systems were expanded and extended to the point where additional planning was necessary to address not only the future growth plans of the university, but also more stringent environmental regulations, energy supply challenges,...

1A.3_Callihan, Witchger.pdf


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Real-Time Energy Asset Management: Data for Decisions and Behavior Changes at the University of Virginia

Summary Campus energy systems collect and trend large quantities of data from multiple sources including energy plants, SCADA, BAS, EMS, GIS, and building meters. The creation of a real-time energy asset structure with embedded data analytics has yielded insights into building and plant...

1C.1_Gomez, Martin.pdf


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University of Virginia: Energy & Utility Master Plan and Cogeneration Study

Summary This presentation will review some of the more interesting recommendations of the University of Virginia's master plan, such as extending a new approximately 15 mile natural gas service to the University. Some of the more unique methods that were used to produce and deliver the master...

1A.4_CALLIHAN_HOWE_PETTERSON.pdf


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University of Virginia, Dominion Energy and Coronal Energy announce ambitious solar project

PennEnergy Editorial Staff July 20, 2017 Summary The University of Virginia continues to expand its portfolio of carbon-free generation and achieve key sustainability targets with another partnership announced today with Dominion Energy. Under a 25-year agreement, the...


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Re-Envisioning Heating at UVA: Converting from Steam to Hot Water

Summary The University of Virginia currently heats the facilities across the Grounds using steam and medium temperature hot water. To help meet sustainability goals and better use available energy, a low temperature hot water (LTHW) conversion action plan was developed. Thorough evaluation of...

5B.1_Dombrowski.pdf


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CampusEnergy2015 Student Video Contest Winner: University of Virginia

Summary Launched in 2012, the Campus Energy Student Video Contest challenges students from IDEA member institutions to create a short video about their campus energy plant, focused on district energy and/or combined heat and power (CHP). The 2015 winner from the University of Virginia shares...


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CampusEnergy2016 Student Video Contest Winner: University of Virginia

Summary Launched in 2012, the Campus Energy Student Video Contest challenges students from IDEA member institutions to create a short video about their campus energy plant, focused on district energy and/or combined heat and power (CHP). The 2016 winner from the University of Virginia shares...


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University of Virginia: Optimizing Chiller Efficiencies via Innovative Tube Fouling Prevention

Summary The University of Virginia (UVA) comprises 16 million square feet on 1,175 acres. Energy conservation and operational efficiency are campus-wide focuses supporting university growth plans, targeting energy conservation and reductions in carbon emissions. After an initial technology...

5B.1_Callihan_Crocker.pdf


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Building a Resilient Campus Energy Infrastructure Network

Summary The University of Virginia, in an effort to minimize and/or eliminate power disruptions that have affected faculty, students and researchers in the UVA Medical Center, has partnered with Dominion Virginia Power to replace overhead electric service with 3 miles of underground...

5A.2_Keeler_Anabathula.pdf


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Achieving Expectations: Results & Lessons Learned After First Year Operation of the UVA's North Grounds Mechanical Plant

Summary UVa and HGA presented to the 2015 IDEA Campus Energy Conference highlighting innovative design changes under construction for the North Grounds Mechanical Plant including: combining an open Cooling Tower system with a closed loop heating HW system on heat recovery chillers,...

4A.2_Callihan_Witchger.pdf