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Symposium: Energy - Water District Cooling Nexus for Arid Regions

07-03-2017 10:03

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The presentation compares the magnitude of water and energy in urban cooling in Phoenix and Dubai. A simple graphic method is used to depict the flow of water, fuel, and electric energy from source to final consumption. Imbedded costs of water-in-energy, energy-in-water, and energy-water-in-cooling are characterized.  Annual water and energy consumption for stand-alone building systems are compared to net utilization in district cooling systems with TES, microgrid and treated sewage effluent in evaporative heat rejection.

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Moderated by: Henry Johnstone, GLHN



#Phoenix #ConferenceProceeding #Arizona #WaterConservation #AnnualConference #DistrictCooling #GLHNArchitectsandEngineers #2017

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