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McMaster co-signs charter with Canadian universities to address climate change

McMaster University Daily News Summary McMaster has joined several other leading Canadian universities by pledging to work together on climate change initiatives across invested assets. The unified effort, which involves 15 signatories including McGill, te University of British Columbia...


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Biomass Powered ORC Turbine at Dalhousie University

Summary A University's sustainability goals can be achieved by looking at low carbon biomass energy combined with an ORC Turbine. Dalhousie was able to make a significant investment into their campus energy infrastructure while satisfying the key pillars of success identified in their energy...

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Dalhousie University biomass plant providing power to the grid

Dalhousie University, Canadian Biomass Magazine Summary Dec. 19, 2018 - Dalhousie University’s Agricultural Campus (AC) in Truro, N.S., officially opened its renewed $26.5-million Biomass Energy Plant, made possible, in part, through the Nova Scotia Community Feed-in Tariff (COMFIT) program....


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A (bio)massive achievement: New AG campus energy plant a North American first

Ryan McNutt, Dal News Summary Dal’s Agricultural Campus has its sights set on being completely carbon neutral — a goal highlighted at the opening of the new Biomass Energy Plant, which celebrated its grand opening Tuesday morning (Nov. 20). The renewed plant and district energy system, a...


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Future Proofing Dalhousie's Energy Platforms for the 21st Century

Speakers Darrell Boutilier & Rochelle Owen, Dalhousie University Michael Conte, FVB Energy #Canada #DistrictHeating #Fuels #CampusEnergy #2017 #CampusEnergyConference #NorthAmerica #ConferenceProceeding #DalhousieUniversity #FuelFlexibility #EmissionsReduction ...

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