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Hydraulic Modeling Driving the Business Case of the Boston-Cambridge system CHP

Summary Veolia’s continued effort to expand cogenerated steam within the Boston and Cambridge steam systems has resulted in a very competitive, yet very complicated combined-city network. Hydraulic modeling played a key role in connecting a strategically located cogeneration resource and...

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Evolution of a Deep Lake Water Cooling System

Summary Enwave’s Deep Lake Water Cooling System is continuing to grow and attract customers throughout the fastest growing city in North America. Though keeping up with demand for this precious resource is a welcome challenge, it is still a challenge none the less. This requires a vision of...


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Sea Water Cooling for the Barangaroo District Cooling System. Sydney, Australia

Summary The presentation reviews the use of sea water for cooling processes and concludes it is a viable, environmentally friendly system solution that can integrate well with district energy. Speaker Sleiman Shakkour, FVB Energy #2015 #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding ...


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Use of Reclaimed Wastewater in District Cooling and Power Generation

Summary The utilization of reclaimed wastewater is becoming more common as the district cooling and power generation industry reduces its dependence on fresh water for steam generation and cooling applications. The utilization of this water source can present unique system design, treatment...


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Cost Savings, Reliability and Readiness via Campus-Wide Wastewater Reclamation Strategies

Speakers Jonathan Guciani, Sustainable Water #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #SustainableWater #WaterConservation #Wastewater


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Implementing District Energy's 4th Generation: A Case Study in Minneapolis

Summary This presentation reviews Ever-Green Energy's actions to reimagine a district energy system based around sustainability, resilience, partnership, innovation and economic development for Minneapolis' University Avenue area. Important components included wastewater energy recovery, solar...


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Optimizing Capital Efficiency for Water Infrastructure Renewal

Summary Aging water mains leak more, leak quieter, and have higher risks of catastrophic failure. Leaks alone are poor indicators of a pipe’s structural condition. Over 70% of water mains are being replaced prematurely, wasting precious capital. Many utilities are adopting Acoustic Pipe Wall...


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Reclaiming Water in Pender County, North Carolina

Summary Pender County, North Carolina is building a satellite water reclamation plant utilizing ecological treatment techniques to provide wastewater treatment services for the US Highway 421 corridor and provide reclaimed water for a future industrial park. The plant, known as a WaterHub™,...


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Water Loss & Make-up Management

Summary This workshop shares learnings and recommendations from a thermal water study conducted by Texas A&M. Speaker David Payne, Texas A&M University #2015 #CampusEnergyConference #Workshop #ThermalDistribution #TexasAM #Texas #UnitedStates #NorthAmerica ...

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The WaterHub at Emory University: Moving from Feasibility to Project Execution

Summary Emory University is leading the academic world in reducing their water footprint and will be home to the largest ecological-based decentralized reuse system in the U.S. Energy’s reliance on clean water means that campus-wide water management is the most important future step for...