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Long Range Utility Planning in an Evolving Energy Environment

08-15-2017 12:11

Summary

Considerable changes in the energy environment at the University of Wyoming in recent years have led to re-examination of its fundamental long range utility planning constructs. This presentation outlines the evolution of the central steam at the Laramie campus, from fuel oil and natural gas in the 1950s to the activation of a new coal plant in the early 1980s.

A case study summary of high level design concepts, phasing ideas, economic life cycle factors and next steps is presented.

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Forrest Selmer, University of Wyoming
Henry Johnstone, GLHN Architects & Engineers



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Forrest Selmer, University of Wyoming Henry Johnstone, GLHN Architects & Engineers