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Con Edison System Hardening Post Sandy

Speakers Christina Ho & Evan Yager, Con Edison #MasterPlanningandSystemDesign #AnnualConference #2014 #ConferenceProceeding #ConsolidatedEdisonofNewYork #Resiliency #NewYorkCity #Steam #StormManagement ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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Time to build power plants in the city

Arthur “Jerry” Kremer, Crain's New York Business Summary New York City is about to lose 25% of its electricity and yet little consideration is being given to a direct solution: build more power plants within the five boroughs. With the Indian Point nuclear plant set to close in 2021,...

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Integration of 8,000 Additional Tons with an Existing Chilled Water System at the University of Rochester

Summary The University of Rochester has met its growing chilled water load with the addition of 8,000 tons of cooling capacity in an expansion to their Middle Campus Chiller Plant (MCCP). The University embarked on this project with optimal energy efficiency in mind. This presentation will...


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Proposed CHP Emissions Credits for the NYC Carbon Challenge

Summary The New York City Carbon Challenge launched in 2007 as part of the Bloomberg Administration’s PlaNYC, helping to bring new energy policy and long term goals for greenhouse gas reductions to New York City. The Carbon Challenge was first introduced to New York City’s Universities, with...


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Mount Sinai St. Luke’s “Going Green” for Our Patients and Our Planet

Mount Sinai St. Luke's July 24, 2017 Summary Mount Sinai St. Luke’s is “going green” by upgrading the hospital’s energy infrastructure and improving the building’s carbon footprint. The hospital will soon generate much of its own electricity once the installation of a cogeneration system is...

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Let there be light: Building Congress says NYC needs to invest in meeting rising energy demands

Kathryn Brenzel, The Real Deal New York July 25, 2017 Summary To keep up with the building boom and a population that is expected to soar to 8.7 million by 2025, New York City needs to find ways to pump more electricity to the five boroughs, according to a new report by the New York...

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US Chiller Services awarded full O&M of Empire State Building

Hannah Jo Uy, Climate Control Middle East Summary US Chiller Services has been awarded full O&M of the Empire State Building. Dan Mizesko, Managing Partner of Al Shirawi US Chiller Services, confirmed this and said that the scope of the agreement includes maintaining a mix of electric...

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Resiliency, Reliability and Risk Management – Leveraging New Energy Technologies

Summary Drawing on technical examples, lessons learned, and best practices from major DBOOM projects across market verticals, including a 1.2MW Co-Gen and 7.5MW E-Power project at notable mission critical facilities, we will comprehensively explore the key benefits of integrating cogeneration,...


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Innovative Design Strategies for Microgrids in Dense Urban Settings

Summary The benefits of urban campus microgrids extend far beyond the immediate campus walls. These densely packed settings and stringent air quality limits pose unique design, equipment selection and construction challenges. This session will discuss a campus microgrid project in the heart of...


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Water Hammer Predictor Model Update

Summary This presentation highlights Con Edison's new water hammer modeling tool, providing a thorough analysis of benefits, simulations, and current test locations. Speakers Dowlatram Somrah & Jimmy Tsang, Consolidated Edison of New York #2017 #MeteringandControls #Optimization ...