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How Did the University of Alaska Fairbanks Get a New CHP Plant?

Summary The University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) is constructing a new CHP plant to replace 50 year old coal boilers with new coal/biomass boilers. The project has obtained an air permit and full funding and is currently under design. This presentation will cover planning, permitting, funding...

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Arctic climate change researchers still conflicted over UAF’s coal-fired powerplant

Tim Ellis, KUAC - Fairbanks Summary The University of Alaska Fairbanks, a member of IDEA, is building a heat and power plant to replace the old facility that went into service in 1964. The new $245 million powerplant, scheduled to come online next year, will feature updated technology that’ll...


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CampusEnergy2013 Student Video Contest Winner: University of Alaska Fairbanks

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 2013 winner from the University of Alaska Fairbanks...