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Harvard University Aims to be Fossil Fuel-Free by 2050

Kristine E. Guillaume and Jamie D. Halper, The Harvard Crimson Summary Harvard plans to become fossil fuel-free by 2050, University President Drew G. Faust announced in an email sent to University affiliates Tuesday. “Harvard will seek to become fossil fuel free by 2050 by meeting our energy...


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Amazon picks 20 finalists for its second headquarters

Kaya Yurieff, CNN Tech Summary But the list isn't exactly short. The 20 potential cities are Atlanta; Austin; Boston; Chicago; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas; Denver; Indianapolis; Los Angeles; Miami; Montgomery County, Maryland; Nashville; Newark; New York City; Northern Virginia; Philadelphia...


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Filings Offer Clues to Harvard’s Vision for Allston ‘Enterprise’ Campus

Truelian Lee and Jacqueline P. Patel, The Havard Crimson Construction in Allston. ANNIE E. SCHUGART Summary New documents Harvard filed with Boston’s urban planning agency last month offer a glimpse into the University’s plans for its “Enterprise Research Campus,” a proposed 36...


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Cities and Microgrids

Summary Thermal and electric resiliency are driving cities to consider microgrid solutions. Panelists in this session will provide insights, opportunities and challenges associated with incorporating microgrids into city planning. Speakers Galen Nelson, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center...

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CHP/District Energy in Cambridge, MA: Useful Heat, Reduced Emissions & Economic Gains

Speakers Bill DiCroce, President and Chief Operating Officer, Municipal & Commercial Business, Veolia North America #ConferenceProceeding #AnnualConference #2014 #DistrictEnergyinCities #VeoliaBoston #Veolia North America #BostonCambridge #Massachusetts #CHP #Veolia

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Successful Integration of CHP at Novartis Institutes’ Cambridge R&D Campus

Speakers Jack Griffin, SourceOne Martin Turnbull, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #CHP #SourceOne #Novartis #BostonCambridge

4B.1_Griffin_ Turnbull.pdf


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Combustion Turbine Selection and Optimization: Harvard Blackstone CHP Expansion

Summary Harvard is expanding CHP capability at its Blackstone facility by adding a new 7.5 MW combustion turbine and HRSG to improve environmental performance and campus energy supply reliability. A study will be described that established feasibility, screened multiple options, and selected...

1A.2_Schmidt, Parker.pdf

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MIT- Threading a Needle - CUP Expansion and Boiler and Deaerator Upgrade

Summary MIT needed to expand its district energy plant by installing a new 100,000 pound per hour boiler, new 500,000 PPH Deaerator as well as a 5,000 SF addition to house the new equipment. This expansion allowed MIT to deliver a more reliable energy source for the campus of today and...

1A.3_Kinderman, Conklin, Fogg, Smith.pdf


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Air Permitting Case Study: Harvard’s CHP Expansion

Summary As part of its ongoing commitment to improve sustainability and reliability, Harvard University is expanding its CHP capability with a new 7.5 MW combustion turbine and fired HRSG. The project is the largest to-date to utilize special Massachusetts air permitting regulations designed to...

5C.2_Jablonowski, Macrae.pdf