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Doing Right by the Climate — On the Inside and Out

YourHub Summary Some of the greenest features of Denver Water’s new Administration Building are easy to see — the solar panels over the parking areas and the building’s roof as well as part of the wastewater recycling system’s filtering plants in the lobby. But one of the most...


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Designing Denver's First Wastewater District Energy System

Summary The National Western Center in Denver is the City’s premier district energy project and a key component of its drive towards a circular economy through the recovery of heat from wastewater. This technical session covers how the City and design team first identified and then optimized...

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Preparing for the unexpected at the University of Denver

This article was featured in the Q4 2018 edition of District Energy Magazine. With planning, campuses with aging infrastructure can be ready for and mitigate potential system failures. The University of Denver (DU) is a private institution with roots dating to 1864 when it was founded as a...


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Mayor's Office of the National Western Center Announces Energy Partner

Press Release, September 19th, 2018 DENVER – The Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center (NWCO) today announced that EAS Energy Partners (EAS) has been selected to enter into an exclusive negotiation to become the official campus energy partner of the National Western Center (NWC). ...


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Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center Begins Journey to Creating Net-Zero Energy Campus

Press Release, City of Denver 250-acre campus will minimize environmental footprint by utilizing readily accessible and renewable resources DENVER – The Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center (NWCO) today announced the establishment of aggressive climate and energy conservation goals...


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Denver's experimental smart city gets microgrid, Wi-Fi, autonomous shuttles

Jason Shueh, State Scoop Rendering of Peña Station Next (Panasonic) Summary An effort by Panasonic to build its own smart city just outside Denver is advancing rapidly with a recently completed microgrid, numerous Internet of Things projects, and an autonomous shuttle service...


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Amazon picks 20 finalists for its second headquarters

Kaya Yurieff, CNN Tech Summary But the list isn't exactly short. The 20 potential cities are Atlanta; Austin; Boston; Chicago; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas; Denver; Indianapolis; Los Angeles; Miami; Montgomery County, Maryland; Nashville; Newark; New York City; Northern Virginia;...


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Notice of published Request for Information, National Western Center

Summary The City and County of Denver, Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center, seeks information - with the intent to inform a future solicitation - to select a campus energy partner for the National Western Center (NWC), on behalf of the NWC Authority, as described below. A link to the...

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NREL Announces Partnership with Panasonic and Xcel Energy

Press Release, Power Magazine July 21, 2017 Project Optimizes Denver’s Peña Station NEXT Net-Zero Energy Development The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is partnering with Panasonic Corporation and Xcel Energy to simulate and optimize the energy...


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Growth and CUP Renewal at Denver International Airport

Summary Denver International Airport is experiencing significant and long-term growth that will translate in a 90% increase in overall facility needs by 2035. In the face of this growth and with the original central plant assets nearing the end of their useful life, the airport embarked on a...

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