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Energy Supply to the U.S. Capitol

Summary The Architect of the Capitol recently underwent a utility master planning and implementaion project, this presentation provides an overview, challenges and lessons learned from the project. Speaker Chris Potter, Architect of the Capitol #Presentation #Military #Workshop #2017 ...

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Community-Scale Geothermal Energy Systems

Summary The District Energy Corporation provides heating and cooling to municpal government buildings in Lincoln Nebraska. This presentation focuses on the design and construction of their SW 40th Thermal Energy Facility which produces chilled and hot water as well as backup utility power...

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Coast Guard Academy begins 1st major energy savings upgrade

The Middletown Press Summary NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard Academy has begun its first major upgrade to save on energy and replace aging utilities at the 85-year-old Connecticut campus. The New London-based academy launched the $72.6 million project Monday. It says that's the...


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Work starts on city's £52 million district heat network

Phil Corrigan, The Sentinel Summary Work has finally started on Stoke-on-Trent’s pioneering £52 million district heat network. Around 700 metres of pipe will be laid underground on Leek Road and Boughey Road in Shelton over the next 11 weeks – with 4km due to be installed around the...


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Veolia Opens New Sustainable Chilled Water Plant in Baltimore

Press Release, Veolia North America New facility eliminates 6,137 tons of carbon and saves city nearly $190,000 in electricity costs annually BOSTON, September 25, 2017 — Veolia Energy Baltimore Cooling LLP, a subsidiary of IDEA member Veolia North America, the world’s leading provider of...


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How the Christchurch district energy scheme works

Will Harvie, Stuff Summary A district energy scheme has just been turned on at Ngāi Tahu's new development in central Christchurch. WILL HARVIE explains the engineering of energy efficiency. It was supposed to a "world-leading" response to the earthquakes and demolitions in Christchurch. It...


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Energy Department Invests Up to $50 Million to Improve the Resilience and Security of the Nation's Critical Energy Infrastructure

Press Release, U.S. Department of Energy Washington, D.C. – Today (Sept. 12), the Department of Energy (DOE) is announcing awards of up to $50 million to DOE’s National Laboratories to support early stage research and development of next-generation tools and technologies to further improve the...


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Public Works and Government Services Canada: Request for Qualification - ESAP

Energy Service Modernization (ESM) of the Existing DES through a Public Private Partnership (P3): DBfOM Procurement As the federal authority for real property, PWGSC is responsible for the delivery of essential heating services to over 80 buildings in the NCR (total floor space of approximately...


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Who Uses Microgrids and Why?

Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge Summary A range of businesses and institutions now use microgrids to boost electric reliability, green their energy supply, lower costs, improve efficiency and better serve customers or the local citizenry. As the fledgling microgrid industry matures, the...


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Senate confirms two energy commission nominees, restoring quorum

Devin Henry, The Hill August 3, 2017 Summary The Senate voted Thursday evening to confirm two of President Trump's nominees to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), paving the way for the commission to have its first quorum in six months. Neil Chatterjee and Robert Powelson were...