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University of Victoria District Energy System Rejuvenation and Expansion

Summary The University of Victoria operates a hot water district energy system. Recently, the University has undertaken significant steps to improve system performance and efficiency. A new plant introduces primary-secondary pumping to enable a change from a near-constant flow system to a truly...

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Strategies for Successful Early Phase District Energy Development

Summary Many new DES are based around new development nodes which take years to buildout. A primary challenge in implementing these DES is matching capital investment to load growth. FVB and Corix will present strategies used to successfully control costs in early years of DE development, a...

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Due Diligence Review of District Energy Assets for Acquisition, Lessons Learned

Summary District energy assets are offered for sale under a variety of arrangements, including outright sale as well as a range of Public Private Partnership (P3) structures. This presentation will share lessons learned from years of experience in due diligence review. Topics will include:...

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Optimizing Design for Conversion from Steam to Hot Water

Summary Conversion from steam to hot water district heating can increase energy efficiency and facilitate access to low-carbon heat sources. This presentation addresses strategies for optimizing design of a successful campus conversion through integrated analysis of capital and operating cost...

7A.1_Spurr.pdf

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New Hot Water District Heating System for Cornell's North Campus Dorms

Speakers Jim Adams & Frank Perry, Cornell University Bryan Kleist, FVB Energy #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #Cornell #FVBEnergy #HotWater #Ithaca #NewYork #Featured

2C.3_Kleist_ Perry_ Adams.pdf


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Results of In-Depth Feasibility Studies of Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage at Two VA Medical Center Facilities in Ohio

Speakers Mark Worthington, Underground Energy #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #ThermalEnergyStorage #Feasibility #UndergroundEnergy #FVBEnergy #USDepartmentofVeteransAffairs #Ohio

5B.3_Worthington.pdf


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Is Natural Gas CHP a Viable Option for BC?

Summary This presentation discusses the district energy market and presents the business case for natural gas powered CHP district energy systems in British Columbia. Speaker David Trigg, FVB Energy #2015 #CanadaConference #ConferenceProceeding #CHP #NaturalGas #FVBEnergy ...

4B.1_Trigg.pdf


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District Energy Compatible: Do You Have What It Takes?

Speakers Abby Dacho, FVB Energy #AnnualConference #2014 #ConferenceProceeding #BusinessDevelopment #FVBEnergy #CommunityEnergy

3A.3_Dacho.pdf

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Sea Water Cooling for the Barangaroo District Cooling System. Sydney, Australia

Summary The presentation reviews the use of sea water for cooling processes and concludes it is a viable, environmentally friendly system solution that can integrate well with district energy. Speaker Sleiman Shakkour, FVB Energy #2015 #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding ...

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Biomass Hot Water District Heating for Small Communities without Natural Gas: the Grand Marais Story

Summary The City of Grand Marais is at an advanced stage in developing a hot water district heating system fueled with abundant local waste biomass. Key motivations include stabilization and reduction of long-term energy costs for propane and fuel oil, mitigating wildfire danger, creation of...

1C.3_Spurr.pdf

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