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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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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 ...

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CHP Project Delivery Options

Summary This presentation will outline then compare and contrast the typical project delivery mechanisms for district energy related central plant projects. Focusing on combined heat & power projects, we will explore the typical project delivery methods including design-build, EPC, and...

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Cornell University: 38 MW CHP & District Energy System

Summary Cornell University's Combined Heat and Power (CHP) and Cooling Plant provide a campus of 37,000 students, faculty and staff with efficient heating, cooling and electricity. A 7.5 MW campus CHP plant has delivered heating and electricity to campus buildings since 1922 and an innovative...

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