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RENEW Energy Partners Raises $40 Million to Empower Customers with Energy Efficiency Technologies

Press Release, Markets Insider BOSTON, Oct. 17, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- RENEW Energy Partners (“RENEW”), a company committed to empowering building owners with cost-saving energy-efficiency technologies, today announced it has successfully closed a $40 million capital pool, the largest in its...

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Micro Grid - Harding, Expansion and Maintenance - Sustainable Approach to Resiliency

Summary Since New York University has embarked on a Greening of the Campus. First was the re-powering of the 1960 Co generation system and expansion of the 4160V Micro Grid system. During the Super Storm Sandy the system remained operational and rode through the Manhattan power outage. After...

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Energy Master Planning: Case Studies of Campuses in NY State

Summary An Energy Master Plan (EMP) provides a road map for informed decisions that support energy reduction goals, facility stewardship, and operational effectiveness. In addition to typical building energy conservation measures, an EMP addresses O&M best practices, alternative energy...


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Rochester District Heating Cooperative finishes infrastructure updates

Velvet Spicer, Rochester Business Journal Summary Rochester District Heating Cooperative has completed its $7 million downtown facility modernization projects. The infrastructure updates will allow the nonprofit thermal energy cooperative to provide buildings throughout Rochester’s Center City...

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Commercial property energy conservation measures and combined heat and power technology

Nancy Colella, NYREJ Summary Commercial property owners are the true stakeholders toward making a difference to the future propensity of a sustainable lifestyle push on Long Island, for Long Island. With the highest taxes in the nation, Long Island’s commercial ownership elite are the...

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Time to build power plants in the city

Arthur “Jerry” Kremer, Crain's New York Business Summary New York City is about to lose 25% of its electricity and yet little consideration is being given to a direct solution: build more power plants within the five boroughs. With the Indian Point nuclear plant set to close in 2021,...

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Lake Source Cooling at Cornell: 15 Years of Renewable Cooling

Summary In 2000 Cornell started up the first large scale deep fresh water based district cooling system in North America. Lake Source Cooling operates at ~.1 kWh/ton-hr and now provides about 40 million ton-hours annually of "renewable" cooling to over 100 buildings. The presentation will...


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Electrical Systems Renewal, Reliability and Safety

Summary Stony Brook University initiated a project through the State University Construction Fund to replace its entire medium voltage distribution system on the 1,200 acre campus as the system had exceeded its life expectancy. This presentation shares their experience. Speaker Andrew Hay,...


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Remote Monitoring

Summary A review of the challenges of maintaining a remote monitoring system in a corrosive environment. Speaker Dowlatram Somrah, Consolidated Edison of New York Frank Cuomo, Consolidated Edison of New York #NewYork #Steam #2016 #Workshop #CampusEnergyConference #NorthAmerica ...


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Improving the Cornell Plant with New Package Boilers

Summary This presentation provides an overview of Cornell's boiler upgrade project and the business case for why. Speakers Stacey Edwards, Cornell University Michael Blake, Sega, Inc. #CampusEnergyConference #NorthAmerica #SegaInc #ConferenceProceeding #Steam #NewYork ...