I Am District Energy

Welcome to “I AM District Energy,” our latest initiative designed to introduce you to the people behind the systems and the impact they have on our industry and our planet.  

And we want to hear from you too! Share this blog on social media and tell us your story and of your experience working in district energy, with the hashtag #IAMDistrictEnergy. 

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    Join more than 1,000 district energy colleagues in San Francisco from February 20 th -23 rd for this year’s Campus Energy conference Colleges and universities have long been engines of innovation, scientific breakthroughs, and thought-provoking research. However, those innovations are not just being created in the classrooms and laboratories, they are also happening behind the scenes – in the energy systems powering, heating and cooling the buildings on those campuses. The people behind ...

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    As the world continues to warm, sustainable cooling is one of the world’s top energy concerns, and a central theme of the COP28 meeting in Dubai. The COP28 Presidency is spearheading the Global Cooling Pledge at the annual international climate event. The pledge is voluntary, and its aim is to “raise ambition and international cooperation through collective targets on improving efficiency and climate friendly approaches, while increasing access to sustainable cooling for the most vulnerable.” ...

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    If you’ve ever watched an old movie set in New York City and seen steam rising from the street at night or out of the subway system while a private detective slinks through the streets trying to solve the crime, or you’ve been a tourist in the city that never sleeps and walked by one of those orange and white tubes with steam billowing out the top, then you are familiar with New York’s iconic district steam system, even if you may not have realized it. The district energy system in New York ...

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    Nowhere has the heat felt more immediate than in cities, creating an urgent need for sustainable cooling solutions. In Colombia, 75% of the country’s population lives in urban centers, and more than 70% of those cities are situated in warm climates where there is also a high demand for air conditioning. In Colombia, Cartagena is leading the way in developing cooling districts, with facilities in operation that serve the health care, commercial and residential sectors. But, as the planet ...