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University of Rochester's Hot Water Conversion: Lessons Learned

Summary Presented at IDEA's Campus Energy Conference Distribution Workshop March 5, 2018. Speakers Rich Stein & Scott DeHollander, University of Rochester #CampusEnergyConference #2018 #ConferenceProceeding #Workshop #ThermalDistribution #HotWater #UniversityofRochester ...


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Robotics: SMART Robot Steam Mains & Inspection Technology

Summary Presented at IDEA's Campus Energy Conference Distribution Workshop March 5, 2018. Speakers Dowlatram Somrah, Consolidated Edison of New York #CampusEnergyConference #ConferenceProceeding #2018 #Workshop #ThermalDistribution #ConsolidatedEdisonofNewYork #Robotics ...


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Americanizing European Hot Water Technology - Installation Costs US vs. EN Experience

Summary Facilities engineers, faculty, and students at Dartmouth College, MIT, University of Rochester, and University of Bridgeport teamed together with Ramboll to conduct research on campus district hot water conversion at their campuses. Throughout the process Ramboll gathered various...

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PSC expands size of projects eligible to participate in clean energy program

Niagra Frontier Publications Summary The New York State Public Service Commission announced it would now allow even larger projects to participate in the state's fast-growing clean-energy program, which will allow more renewable energy projects to be built while driving down overall costs for...

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ConEd's hybrid service model for large microgrid could become standard

Robert Walton, Utility Dive Summary It's not quite Burger King, but Consolidated Edison wants customers to have it their way. And driven by new technologies, economic development, and policies from the state, large projects in New York City may have increasing control over their electricity...

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NYPA to Re-Think Albany Microgrid Following Pressure to Add Renewables

Eilsa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza. Summary Under pressure from local advocates, the New York Power Authority (NYPA) says it will take a second look at plans for a 16-MW Albany microgrid project to see if it can incorporate renewable energy. As...

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State Lawmakers Form Multistate Alliance on Carbon Pricing

Press Release, National Caucus of Environmental Legislators Coalition Highlights State-level Momentum on Growing a Clean Energy Economy Washington, D.C. – Today state legislators from nine states announced the formation of the Carbon Costs Coalition. This multi-state coalition is focused on...

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Underneath the ivy

This article appears in the Q1 2018 edition of District Energy magazine . Early adopters of district energy, Ivy League schools continue expanding and improving their underground distribution networks. Ivy League colleges and universities are some of the oldest and most renowned in the...

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New York cogen plant to close as REC contract expires

Tildy Bayar, Decentralized Energy Summary A cogeneration plant in New York state is set to close after its contract to sell renewable energy certificates (RECs) to the New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) expires. ReEnergy’s 22 MW biomass-fired plant...

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New York's REV Connect matches innovation with real-world utility needs

New York REV, Utility Dive Summary Today, the U.S. electric grid system is evolving faster than ever before. More distributed generation and storage options are becoming cost competitive, and physical infrastructure is increasingly coupled with a digital network of sensors and analytics...