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Regulators Want to Know If Georgia Power Considered a Microgrid for the Atlanta Airport

Eilsa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge Summary State regulators want to know if Georgia Power had considered a microgrid “for such a critical customer” as the Atlanta airport before this week’s 11-hour electrical outage. The question was among a series that the staff of the Georgia Public Service...


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Atlanta Airport Demonstrates Need for Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Microgrid

Rob Thornton, IDEA The recent power outage and grid failure affecting Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, one of the world’s busiest airports, vividly demonstrates the importance of reliable and resilient energy supply for mission-critical facilities. Even with redundant utility...


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Georgia Institute of Technology: 10th Street Chiller Addition

Speakers Greg Spiro, Georgia Tech University Vance Nall & Greg Carnathan, RMF Engineers #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #ConferenceProceeding #ConstructionandCommissioning #GeorgiaInstituteofTechnology #Georgia #RMFEngineering #Atlanta

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Blue is the New Green: De-risking Water Operations Sustainably at Georgia Campuses

Speakers Jonathan Lanciani, Sustainable Water #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #SustainableWater #Georgia #EmoryUniversity #GeorgiaInstituteofTechnology #RiskMitigation

7A.3_Lanciani.pdf


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Powered by Partnership: Procter & Gamble and Constellation Complete 50-Megawatt Renewable Energy Plant

Press Release, Business Wire ALBANY, Ga.--The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG) and Constellation, a subsidiary of Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC), today announced the completion of a 50-megawatt biomass-fueled combined heat and power plant located at one of P&G’s largest U.S....


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Danish company Kamstrup locating North American headquarters in Roswell brings 52 jobs

Lindsay Moscarello, North Fulton Neighbor Summary Kamstrup, a world leading supplier of intelligent energy and water metering solutions, will create 52 jobs as the company locates its new North American headquarters in Roswell. The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) announced...


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The WaterHub at Emory University: Moving from Feasibility to Project Execution

Summary Emory University is leading the academic world in reducing their water footprint and will be home to the largest ecological-based decentralized reuse system in the U.S. Energy’s reliance on clean water means that campus-wide water management is the most important future step for...

3B.2_Lanciani.pdf


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Sustainability Through Understanding and Reducing Water Footprint at Georgia Institute of Technology

Summary Universities regularly implement advanced strategies to decrease and optimize energy and water usage. In a region riddled with issues, such as drought, legal disputes over water supply, and EPA consent decrees, Georgia Institute of Technology has taken significant strides to better...

7A.2_Lanciani.pdf


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Georgia Tech Receives Largest-Ever Rebate Check from Georgia Power

Rachel Leber, School Construction News Summary Atlanta-based Georgia Power awarded the Georgia Institute for Technology (Georgia Tech), an IDEA member also in Atlanta, with a $500,000 rebate check on July 14. The rebate is the largest ever issued through Georgia Power’s Commercial Energy...