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District Energy System Under Downtown Phoenix Cools More Than 40 Buildings

Annika Cline, KJZZ News The Valley is still going to see highs above 100 during the month of September. For people from cooler places, that can be unfathomable. But it is bearable, thanks to the wonders of air conditioning. There are times where it's a hundred outside but you might need a...

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Conversion from Traditional Biocide to MIOX On-Site Generation at NRG Phoenix Chilled Water Plant

Summary NRG Phoenix operates a large chilled water plant in downtown Phoenix serving multiple customers through a large chilled water system. Chilled water is produced at three separate facilities with a common chilled water loop. The facility switched from a traditional biocide program using...


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Bringing Water Treatment In House - Monitoring and Control Strategies and Improved Results

Summary The NRG Phoenix facility is a large chilled water facility with multiple plants and a single chilled water distribution system. Water conservation in Phoenix is critical as is preserving asset life and maintaining overall facility efficiency. Issues with the existing water treatment...


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The Challenges of Constructing and Operating a Multi-Phase Chilled Water Plant Under a City Street

Presenters Gary Cheek, NRG Energy #NRGPhoenix #Ice #DistrictCooling #AnnualConference #2017 #ConferenceProceeding #NRG


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NRG Energy Center Phoenix: An Oasis in the Desert

David Gaier, NRG Energy June 21, 2017 Summary On Tuesday, June 20, the air temperature in Phoenix reached 120 degrees. Extreme, even for that location, the truly remarkable thing was that dozens of flights at Sky Harbor International Airport were canceled because the aircraft could simply...