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UMaine system takes a step toward powering Orono campus with wood and solar

Eesha Penharkar, Bangor Daily News Summary The University of Maine System trustees on Monday took a step toward allowing construction of a renewable energy source to power the University of Maine’s campus in Orono. At a meeting in Machias, trustees approved spending up to $5.7 million to...

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Penquis Valley facility upgrade referendum March 14

Stuart Hedstrom, The Piscataquis Observer Summary MILO — Nearly a year after residents of the four SAD 41 communities voted down a referendum on an approximate $2.3 million funding package for a heating system upgrade, converting from steam to hot water, and energy efficiency project at the...

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Empower and Honeywell to Scope Cooperation for Energy Efficient Technologies for the Region

Press Release, Albawaba Business Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation (Empower), the world’s largest district cooling services provider, has stressed on supporting UAE’s efforts to become one of the leading smart cities in the world. In line with this, Ahmad Bin Shafar,...

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Business as Unusual: Howard University Hospital’s Quest to Exit the Chilled Water Business

Speakers Dave Robinson, Honeywell #CampusEnergyConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #DistrictCooling #Honeywell #HowardUniversity #WashingtonDC #Healthcare


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Evolving from Standby Diesel Generators to Microgrids

Summary Colleges, universities and military installations often include multiple standby diesel gensets (SDGs) that provide building-specific backup power when the main utility feeds to the campus fail. These assets are very expensive to install, operate and maintain, yet their primary...