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Transforming Campus Infrastructure to Improve Sustainability and Energy Efficiency

Summary This session will focus on two infrastructure improvement projects at the University of Hawaii at Maui (UH) and the University of North Dakota (UND) aimed at improving energy efficiency and providing sustainable campuses for the future. UH has plans to be the first campus in the...

3E.1_Garcia_Pieper.pdf


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The Role of Environmental Attributes from CHP & Carbon Reduction Projects on a College Campus

Summary A college campus can be uniquely positioned to meet sustainability goals while also generating a source of revenue from carbon reduction and on-site clean energy projects that qualify to generate environmental attributes. As trustees, students and faculty push for increasingly...

3D.2_Jacobsen.pdf


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Marketing Your Project to a Board of Directors

Summary Planning, analyzing and/or designing district energy and utility infrastructure projects consumes significant time and money. The real value of these technically complex projects can be difficult to communicate to a non-technical governing body, causing difficulties in advancing or...

2B.3_Kuhnen.pdf


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Microgrids & Emerging Utility Business Models: Role of Distribution Support Service Agreements

Track 2B: Symposium 2 Business Models & Financing Speakers Chris Berendt, Faegre Drinker, Biddle & Reath, LLC #CampusEnergyConference #ConferenceProceeding #2020 #Microgrids #BusinessModelsandFinancing #PolicyandRegulation #DrinkerBiddle

2B.1_Berendt.pdf


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Partnerships for Energy Renewal

Summary Energy infrastructure is emerging as an area to form partnerships between cities and private entities to renew the existing energy infrastructure. The area offers significant potential for cities to redeploy their capital for other pursuits. There do remain challenges in the design...

6A.3_Goel.pdf


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Governance Models and Leadership for District Energy

District energy offers tremendous economic and emission reduction benefits for a city or county, but ownership models matter! Based on experience from the European market, Mr. Bo Riisgaard Pedersen will discuss pros and cons of different ownership models for DE systems, in terms of achieving the...

4A.4_Riisgaard Pederson.pdf


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Stakeholder Relationship Management

Representing the developer, the financier and the owner of a distributed energy project, GI Energy and our affiliate, Shell New Energies, along with a client from a mixed-use eco-district, will share experiences and lessons learned as stakeholders in a distributed energy project. The focus will...

2C.2_Walker_Edgar.pdf


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Planning an Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage Project at the Ford Site, St. Paul, MN

The 135-acres Ford site in Saint Paul will be redeveloped from scratch starting with installation of new utilities, providing an unprecedented opportunity to design and install a technologically advanced, comprehensive and integrated low-temperature district energy system that incorporates...

2C.1_Worthington_Axelson.pdf


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Infrastructure Management and Maintenance - The Nexus of Budgets, Staff and Knowledge

Summary The deteriorating condition of the nation’s infrastructure continues. Annual maintenance and capital renewal budgets continue to be cut. With the next major failure hands will be wrung, promises made, and concern proclaimed all while budgets, staffing level and training programs...

6B.3_Gilewicz.pdf


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Microgrid Business Models

Summary GE Energy Consulting performed 11 microgrid feasibility studies in NY Prize Stage 1 and developed detailed engineering designs and business models for 5 in Stage 2. The experience shows that each microgrid is unique, in terms of technical requirements, and appropriate governing...

2.2_Freeman_Daryanian_MG Workshop.pdf