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EMU nearing completion of energy-saving turbine which cover more than 90 percent of its electricity, heat

Chris Galford, The Peninsula Summary Eastern Michigan University (EMU) is nearing a huge step forward in sustainability, with the approaching completion of a cogeneration turbine that will provide for 98 percent of the university’s heat and 93 percent of its electricity. Full Article ...

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New Turbine to be Placed in Eastern Michigan’s Heating Plant

Associated Press, Washington Times June 7, 2017 Summary YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) - A nearly $20 million combined heat and power system project is expected to allow Eastern Michigan University to produce most of the electricity and heat for the school’s Ypsilanti campus. Full Article ...

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The Power of Partnership: Eastern Michigan University & OpTerra Energy Services

Summary EMU is replacing a failed 28-year-old CHP Plant. EMU has elected to replace the existing CHP Plant with a new 7.8 MW and 90 MMBTU HRSG. The existing CHP Plant was supplemented electrically by DTE and thermally by two 1960’s vintage 100 MMBTU boilers. The new CHP Plant will provide...