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University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Summary The University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston took on a 15 MW CHP District energy system re-design and renewal after Hurricane Ike. Resiliency and efficiency were key design and construction considerations for the project. This presentationprovides project highlights and lessons...


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University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign Chilled Water Project: Unique Funding in a Capital Constrained World

Speakers Kent Riefsteck, University of Illinois Urbana Jerry Schuett, AEI #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #ConferenceProceeding #BusinessModelsandFinancing #UniversityofIllinoisUrbana #Illinois

3B.3_Schuett_ Riefsteck.pdf

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Design Opportunities and Business Case for Water Efficient Building Design: University of Minnesota

Speakers Scott McCord, University of Minnesota Willa Kuh & Laura Halverson, Affiliated Engineers #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #UniversityofMinnesota #Minnesota #AffiliatedEngineers #MasterPlanningandSystemDesign

7A.2_Halverson_ McCord_ Kuh.pdf

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Case Studies in West Coast Community Energy: Stanford University, UCDSC, and the University of Washington

Speakers Nate Cesarz & Bruce McLay, Affiliated Engineers #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #CampusEnergy #StanfordUniversity #UniversityofCaliforniaDavis #California #AffiliatedEngineers #Sacramento #Seattle #Washington #PaloAlto #CaseStudy #HeatRecovery

4A.2_Cesarz_ McLay.pdf

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Microgrid/Smartgrid Research Facility: Scope, Hazards Analysis and Research Focus

Summary This one of a kind facility broke new ground in terms of renewable energy systems integration. Problems solved included new frontiers on energy included DC arc flash and DC component sourcing. Lessons learned included pioneering of SCADA system allowing for flexibility/optimization of...

6B.1_Krause, Sereno.pdf

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Stanford SESI Performance

Summary Stanford University recently completed a major transformation of their campus infrastructure systems switching from a gas fired combined heat and power system to an electrically fueled combined heat and cooling system. The new system is anticipated to reduce carbon emissions by 68% from...


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Campus Water Sustainability and the Energy-Water Nexus

Summary Campus engineers, architects, and planners are increasingly concerned about the quality, price and availability of water to support campus needs. This session explores sustainability of campus water needs including how to project water rates, their impact on design choices and the best...


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University of Virginia: Energy & Utility Master Plan and Cogeneration Study

Summary This presentation will review some of the more interesting recommendations of the University of Virginia's master plan, such as extending a new approximately 15 mile natural gas service to the University. Some of the more unique methods that were used to produce and deliver the master...


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Turning Adversity into Opportunity: The UTMB Galveston Story

Summary In September of 2008 Hurricane Ike made landfall on Galveston Island ravaging more than one million square feet of building space at UTMB Galveston. Flooding on campus reached up to six feet causing the immediate failure of all campus utility systems. The two existing heating and...


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Engine Driven CHP for Small Campus: Texas Wesleyan University

Summary Texas Wesleyan University has recently initiated a campus expansion plan. The University campus with 2650 students and approximately 400,000 square ft of academic and adminisrative buildings was beginning to overload existing campus infrastructure. The expansion efforts provided a new...