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Capturing the Value of Waste Heat

Anna Simet, Biomass Magazine Summary When the idea of converting a shuttered paper mill in Berlin, New Hampshire, to a biomass power plant was first conceived by CS Operations Inc. in 2012, the developer had much more in mind than solely generating electricity from forest residue....


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Critical Mass

Ron Kotrba, Biomass Magazine Summary The small but growing U.S. market for semi-dry wood chips finds its home in niche applications in the Northeast. “It’s not for everyone,” says Charles Levesque, a founding partner with Innovative Wood Fuels LLC. “Semi-dry wood chips are perfect for...


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Dartmouth College seeks developer for proposed biomass plant in Hanover

Daniela Vidal Allee, Valley News Summary HANOVER — Dartmouth College has started its search process for a private company that would design, finance, build and operate a new biomass plant and hot water heating system. The college announced the $200 million initiative last month as part...


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Dartmouth to Seek Proposals for Biomass Plant

Tim Camerato, Valley News Summary Hanover — Dartmouth College officials say a planned $200 million investment in biomass power and hot water heating will cut carbon emissions and help the school reach its green energy goals. The college formally announced plans on Thursday to build...


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Biomass project to bring a new energy era to UNH

NH Business Review Summary The University of New Hampshire’s first large-scale biomass boiler system is currently under construction on the Durham campus. Located directly across the street from Wildcat Stadium, the new Northwest Heating Plant, being built by Froling Energy, is expected to...


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An analysis of European hot water technology installation costs

This article was featured in the Q3 2018 edition of District Energy Magazine. Dartmouth College looks at EN253 thin-wall piping costs – and opportunities to reduce them – in the U.S. market. Dartmouth College is the smallest of the Ivy League colleges, located in Hanover, N.H. The...


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New Hampshire needs net metering expansion

Tony Giunta, David Worthen and Cordell Johnston, NH Business Review Summary New Hampshire’s businesses and municipalities are continually searching for opportunities that can help them reduce their electricity costs, enhance revenues and become more energy independent. Net metering under...


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New Hampshire Senate votes to expand net metering eligibility

Robert Walton, Utility Dive Summary Lawmakers in the New Hampshire Senate have approved a measure to grow the size of resources participating in the state's net metering program, raising the limit to 5 MW from 1 MW, and including provisions for some participation from larger facilities. New...


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University of New Hampshire Teams with Waste Management to Pump Landfill Gas for Energy

Arlene Karidis, Waste 360 Summary The University of New Hampshire (UNH) has powered its Durham campus on renewable energy for years. And when it was looking to expand in the space, it just so happened to be at a time when Waste Management was trying to figure out how to manage excess gas...


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Hot Water Installation Cost Analysis from Real Projects in North America

Summary Presented at IDEA's Campus Energy Conference Distribution Workshop March 5, 2018. Speakers Abbe Bjorklund, Dartmouth College Kyle Stramara, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth #CampusEnergyConference #ConferenceProceeding #2018 #Workshop #ThermalDistribution ...

TD-3.1_STRAMARA_BJORKLUND_TDWorkshop2018.pdf