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Running a District Cooling Plant Like You Own It

Summary This webinar provides experiential insight from an owner's perspective on the design, operation and management of district cooling plants for exemplary customer satisfaction in a high humidity region. Robert Garcia owns and operates multiple district cooling plants in Tampa,...


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Microgrids with CHP: Improving campus and community resilience

Summary Microgrids with CHP (DE-CHP) are quickly becoming a cost effective and efficient way to improve resilience for campuses and communities. Microgrids with CHP can provide reliable electricity, as well thermal and cooling services. This joint U.S. DOE Southwest Combined Heat and Power...

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Cooling Technologies: Why All Oil-Free Chillers Are Not Created Equal

Summary Presenters Craig Campbell and Kaitlin Logan cover chiller technologies using oil and oil-free bearing options, discussing features, benefits and design considerations for the respective applications along with industry best practices and a case study example, concluding with audience Q...

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Refrigerant Regulation & Legislation Update

Summary DATE: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 TIME: 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00) DESCRIPTION Ever since the first Montreal Protocol meetings began regulating CFCs in the 1980s, refrigerant rules and acceptability continue to evolve. Since then, there has been an...


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CHP For Higher Education

Summary This joint U.S. DOE Southwest Combined Heat and Power Technical Assistance Partnership (SW CHP TAP) and IDEA webinar will present the significant energy efficiency and power resilience opportunities that come with Combined Heat and Power (CHP) applications at colleges and...


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District Energy — A Top Ten List

Summary Date and Time: Thursday, October 29, 2015 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. (ET) Presenters: Vincent Badali, Burns & McDonnell Brian Kirk, Burns & McDonnell Moderator: Rob Thornton, IDEA Whether your energy facility has been in operation for 10 or 100 years, you...


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"The Clean Power Plan: Implications for Combined Heat & Power and District Energy"

Summary Date: Thursday, September 17 Time: 3:30 PM EDT Duration: 1 hour Background: On August 5, 2015, the EPA finalized the CPP, which will regulate greenhouse gas emissions in existing power plants. Operators of district energy and combined heat and power (CHP) systems are...


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Boiler MACT Energy Assessment Compliance

Summary Whether your facility uses Area or Major source boilers, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires compliance through a series of assessments. Both the Area and Major Source Boiler MACT regulations require a one-time Energy Assessment for boilers and energy use systems by...


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Developing District Energy in New Zealand and Australia—Second in a series

Summary Date: Tuesday, 12 May, 2015 The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority of New Zealand (EECA) and the International District Energy Association are pleased to produce this second webinar in a series focusing on the development of district energy in New Zealand and Australia. ...

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Clean Energy Sector Commitment to "Joining Forces"—Careers for Veterans Program

Summary Date and time: Thursday, March 19, 2015 2:00 pm EDT (New York, GMT-04:00) Duration: 1 hour Description: Joining Forces is an ongoing effort launched by First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden that calls on all Americans to ensure that military service members, veterans...