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Nearly 1100 people joined us for our first CampusEnergy event in 2 years.. Couldn't join us, but want to see what you missed? Register to stream nearly 100 session in our virtual program.

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In Boston, We Proved That Campuses are Leading the Way

College and university campuses around the globe are leaders in education, research and innovation and an evolution is underway to renew, decarbonize and strengthen these important community assets. District Energy/CHP systems form the backbone of efficient, resilient and sustainable energy infrastructure for campuses, healthcare, research centers, airports and military bases.

College and university campuses have emerged as global leaders in the operation and optimization of world-class district energy systems. For over 30 years, the annual IDEA Campus Energy Conference has earned a reputation for excellent technical content, valuable peer exchange, and open constructive dialogue with business partners in a relaxed, collegial atmosphere.

CampusEnergy2022 was no exception and if you missed it, please consider registering for the CampusEnergy2022 Virtual Program, featuring session recordings of nearly 100 educational sessions featuring more than 170 speakers. 

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Program Topics Included:

• Utility Master Planning and Climate Action Plans
• Integrating Renewables
• De-Carbonizing Campuses with District Energy
• Geothermal and Geo-Exchange
• Carbon Monitoring and Accounting
• Extending Campus Energy Systems – Connecting with Neighbors
• Business Models and Financing Strategies
• District Energy and CHP Case Studies
• Managing Modular Growth
• Microgrids and CHP for Reliability & Resiliency
• District Energy Infrastructure for Near & Net Zero Energy Communities
• Staffing, Recruiting, Training and Talent Management – Workforce Issues
• Cybersecurity and Best Practices in Hardening Utility Infrastructure
• System Expansion, Modernization and Renewal
• District Cooling, Thermal Energy Storage and Turbine Inlet Cooling
• District Energy/LEED for Campuses and Communities
• Future Fuels – Biomass, Biofuels and Recycled/Recovered Heat, Renewable Thermal
• Controls, Monitoring, Metering, and Data Management
• Energy/Water Nexus, Water Resource Conservation and Optimization Strategies