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Meeting Campus Emissions Requirements with Landfill gas as Primary Fuel CHP

Summary UNH has overcome a variety of permitting challenges related to their landfill-gas-to-energy project while meeting their emissions reduction commitments three years early. The permitting process for the project has been complex from the outset, starting with the initial air emissions...

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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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Submissions for the CampusEnergy2018 Student Video Contest are in!

CampusEnergy2018 Student Video Contest There is no doubt that students are aware of the need to conserve water, to turn off lights when they aren't in the room and to recycle waste materials. But do they know the vital role that their campus' district energy system plays in their college or...


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Benefits of Trigeneration for University Campuses and Data Centers

Summary Combined Cooling, Heat and Power (CCHP) or trigeneration plays a critical role in ensuring reliability and efficiency of university campuses and data-centers. Key benefits include increasing efficiency, improving cost-effectiveness, and securing resiliency for critical facilities and...

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