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NYSERDA Grants $1.65M to Cornell for Carbon Footprint, Energy Reductions

Cornell Chronicle Summary The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) will give Cornell $1.65 million in incentives for energy studies and project work to develop a smaller carbon footprint, accelerating the university toward its goal of net-zero carbon for the...


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Managing Operations While Transitioning to Carbon Neutrality

Summary Cornell University explores the complex operating environment and the decisions necessary to operate its district utility systems in both an economic and sustainable manner. Discussions in this talk will include: why is it important set a price on carbon, and how can it be done; what...

6E.3_LaPenna_Quist.pdf


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EagleHawk helps Cornell University uncover nuisance leaks in buried steam lines with drone-enabled inspections

Summary Frank Perry has been Cornell University's Utilities Project Manager for decades. Part of his responsibilities includes managing and maintaining the university's district heating system. This utility provides heat and hot water to the entire campus and is crucial for the school to...

EagleHawk - Cornell University Energy Efficiency Project.pdf


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Cornell's Renewable Energy Initiatives: From 115-Year-Old Hydroelectric Plant to Rooftop Solar Farms

Jeffery Li, The Cornell Daily Sun Summary Built in 1904 in the Fall Creek gorge, Cornell’s first hydroelectric plant served to provide renewable energy to Ithaca’s campus. More than 120 years later, the plant generates only two percent of Cornell’s total electricity, according to Sarah...


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Cornell Drone Infared Flyover for Leak Detection

Summary Drone enabled thermal inspections are improving the process for evaluating and managing campus wide steam distribution system. This presentation will highlight the effectiveness of drone enabled inspections and how the technology has reduced the cost of the process, making annual...

3.3_Perry_Walsh.pdf


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In Support of Cornell's North Campus Residential Expansion

Jennifer Tavares, Business Journal News Network Summary I recently] spoke at the City of Ithaca’s P lanning Board meeting, at its s econd of two public hearings (so far), in support of Cornell’s North Campus residential expansion project. Because speakers were limited to 90 seconds ...


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Why American Colleges and Universities Choose CHP, DG, and Microgrids

Alyssa Danigellis, Energy Manager Today Photo: Inside Cornell University's combined heat and power plant. Credit: Cornell University Summary Combined heat and power facilities along with microgrids and distributed generation are gaining popularity at American colleges and universities...


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Community members question energy impacts of Cornell's North Campus Residential Expansion

Devon Magliozzi, The Ithaca Voice Summary ITHACA, N.Y. – Cornell University's proposal to add 2,000 beds to campus with the North Campus Residential Expansion project has been moving forward. On Tuesday, more than 30 community members showed up to the Town of Ithaca Planning Board meeting to...



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Steam Main Energizing and System Components

Summary Presented at IDEA's Campus Energy Conference Distribution Workshop March 5, 2018. Speakers Video Presentations: Frank Perry & Steven Hubbell, Cornell University Michael Schorsch, Lansing Board of Water & Light #CampusEnergyConference #ConferenceProceeding #2018 ...

TD-1.1_PERRY_TDWorkshop2018.pdf