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Siemens Government Technologies to Lead Energy Savings and Modernization Work for Los Alamos National Laboratory

Associated Press, OA Online Summary ARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 12, 2018--Siemens Government Technologies, Inc. (SGT) is proud to extend its long-standing partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) through the award of a new task order under DoE’s Energy Savings Performance...


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What's with the steam? Your questions about Detroit's steamy sewers answered

Ken Haddad, Click On Detroit Summary DETROIT - If you've spent any time in Detroit, you've likely noticed the steam pouring out of certain manholes around the city. To many, the steam is a mystery. Sometimes the steam can be a scenic addition to the Downtown area, but sometimes it can be...


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ABB touchscreen paperless recorder gets powerful new features

Press Release, Armitage Communications New functions for RVG200 touchscreen paperless data recorder help users to get even more from their process data ABB has expanded the capabilities of its RVG200 paperless touchscreen recorder with the addition of new functions providing users with...


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Applying Insulation to HVAC Equipment

Richie Stever, Facility Executive Summary T he University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) is a sprawling healthcare campus in Baltimore, and it operates four central plants delivering steam to a 2.1 million square foot teaching hospital, which includes the 294,000 square foot. Homer...


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The man who air-conditioned Grand Central Terminal worries about climate change

Amy Cortese, Crain's New York Business Summary When clients need to install air conditioning in landmarked buildings, such as Carnegie Hall, or investigate problems with the city's aging infrastructure, they call Charlie Copeland. He's the head of engineering consulting firm Goldman Copeland...


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Lighting, steam heat improvements lead to big energy savings at URI

Dave Lavalle, URI Today Summary KINGSTON, R.I. — October 3, 2018 — Since 2006, the University of Rhode Island has saved 11 million kilowatt hours of energy, reduced annual steam consumption by 89 million pounds and reduced carbon dioxide emissions by almost 26 million pounds. Such achievements...


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Creative Energy Steam Plant

Creative Energy was first established and has been operational since 1968, and is now a 280 MW First Class steam plant serving over 215 buildings and 50 million square feet throughout Vancouver’s downtown. The plant serves customers such as St. Paul’s Hospital, BC Place Stadium, Rogers Arena,...

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Hydronic systems vs. Steam systems

Patrick Lach, Maxi-Therm When deciding on the distribution source for heating buildings in a campus or healthcare setting, many engineers will design a primary /secondary loop the buildings and mechanical rooms. The question is what to use as a primary heating source–hot water hydronic or steam...

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Hydraulic Modeling Driving the Business Case of the Boston-Cambridge system CHP

Summary Veolia’s continued effort to expand cogenerated steam within the Boston and Cambridge steam systems has resulted in a very competitive, yet very complicated combined-city network. Hydraulic modeling played a key role in connecting a strategically located cogeneration resource and...

3C.1_Lund-Hansen, Hagerty.pdf


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An Emerging Steam Power Production Technology for District Energy Systems: Overview and Case Study

Speakers Joshua Tolbert, Practical Steam #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #PracticalSteam #Operations #EnergyEfficiency #Seattle #Washington

3B.1_Tolbert.pdf