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Innovative Master Planning in the East Lane

Speakers Thomas Lund-Hansen, Reliability Efficiency & Optimization Juan Ontiveros, UT Austin #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #UniversityofTexasAustin #ReliabilityEfficiencyandOptimization #MasterPlanningandSystemDesign #CampusEnergy #Austin #Texas

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Austin Energy targets 65% renewables by 2027

Robert Walton, Utility Dive Summary The Austin City Council last week voted to target 65% renewable energy by 2027, one of the most ambitious clean energy goals in the nation and a step up from the previous 55% by 2025 goal. The Austin Monitor notes that the city's utility is on track to meet...

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Learning From Successful Real World Healthcare Microgrids

Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge July 28, 2017 Summary This is the sixth and final article in a series that looks at how healthcare microgrids open the door to more reliable, clean, lower cost energy in hospitals, and more resilient communities. When a storm knocks out your neighborhood...

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Finding energy saving opportunities on a large scale University Campus: How the University of Texas strategically selects energy optimization projects

Summary The University of Texas contains over 130 buildings. With so many buildings, where do you focus your energy? Learn how the University of Texas selects projects that optimize campus resources and maximize energy efficiency. We will explain how we select the best approach based on a...


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Austin Energy Chooses Stem for Aggregated Energy Storage

Electric Light & Power June 1, 2017 Summary Energy storage services firm Stem Inc. is developing an aggregated fleet of customer-sited energy storage operating in Texas. In so doing, Austin Energy will offer its commercial customer's energy storage options and help them reduce energy...

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The University of Texas Holistic Approach to Energy and Water

Speakers Juan Ontiveros, University of Texas at Austin #CoolingConference #2016 #Workshop #UniversityofTexasAustin #ConferenceProceeding #Texas #Austin #MasterPlanningandSystemDesign


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District Energy and the Internet of Things – Benefits of a Connected System

Summary The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is the next evolution of existing technologies, taking advantage of lower cost connectivity, cloud and mobile capabilities. This presentation will clearly explain what an IIoT platform is, and how District Energy system operators and customers...


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The Utility Plant and Demand Side Nexus

Summary Energy infrastructure at UT Austin is highly efficient on the supply side, and future efficiency opportunities relate to existing and new building demand reduction. As the university undertook review of its planning options to meet future growth, energy supply and its utilization...