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Red Light, Green Light: Obstacles and Successes of Recent District Energy Systems with Combined Heat and Power

09-14-2017 13:10

Summary

District energy (DE) with combined heat and power (CHP) offers many potential benefits to college and university campuses, including energy cost savings and reduced CO2 emissions. At the same time, a potential DE-CHP system may look promising initially but be thwarted due to several possible obstacles. In this presentation, the DE-CHP journey towards eventual success is illustrated with examples of failures and two successes – the University of Colorado, Boulder and the University of Arizona.

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Henry Johnstone, GLHN Architects & Engineers
Neil Kolwey, US DOE SW CHP TAP



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Henry Johnstone, GLHN Architects & Engineers Neil Kolwey, US DOE SW CHP TAP