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Energy Exchnage Opportunities Leveraging Building & Municipal Wastewater

Summary This presentation details innovative water conservation and reuse techniques - especially waste water containing heat - employed by practitioners to save money, reduce carbon emissions and be more sustainable. International Wastewater Systems will review several case stories. Speaker ...


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Using pre-fabricated Energy Transfer Stations to reduce installation time and cost with optimized design and smart controls to maximise energy eficiency

Summary Typically substations are field erected, where different components are supplied by various vendors and then field installed according to Piping and Instrument diagrams, Piping Diagrams and Arrangement Drawings. Site questions about component location in relation to others and the...


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CHP and Cooling at Rowan University: Concept to Reality, Automation to Optimization

Speakers Kyle Gandy, Rowan University #CampusEnergy #2014 #ConferenceProceeding #CHP #RowanUniversity #Glassboro #NewJersey #Optimization


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Use of Innovative Solutions for Energy Savings at UBC

Summary There is an increasing trend in the HVAC industry to match the supply of heating, cooling, outdoor air, and lighting to meet building users’ needs. This is usually accomplished through the use of simple occupancy sensors. UBC Energy and Water Services (EWS), however, has adopted a novel...


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Highly Resilient District Energy, CHP and Microgrids

Summary This workshop discusses sharing and exchange of best practices in energy efficiency, sustainability, and resiliency between colleges]/university campuses and surrounding communities. Speakers Michael Mark, Waldron Engineering & Construction Dale Raczynski, Epsilon Associates ...

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Market and Performance Limitations to Consider when Planning for District Cooling Applications

Summary Planning for district cooling applications requires an understanding of market conditions and equipment size and capacity limitations. This presentation will outline current conditions and limitations inherent with capital intensive components of district cooling systems. Specific...


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Artificial intelligence boost for district heating and cooling

Diarmaid Williams, Decentralized Energy Summary Kempten University in Germany has patented an advanced thermal load prediction method, which is set to greatly benefit the effectiveness of district energy systems. For district heating networks , overall pipeline lengths of several 100...

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Optimization through the Perfect Plant Design

Summary Optimum Energy will be presenting on chilled water system optimization and methods to enhance traditional variable speed controls through sustainable design best-practices. Achieving peak system operational performance is a journey that starts at plant design and is maintained through...


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Primary Heating/Cooling Plant Strategies and How to Maximize the Energy and Financial Savings

Summary Strategies to improve efficiency of central heating and cooling plants applicable to single building as well as multiple buildings in a campus setting include optimization of central plant’s location, configuration, equipment, arrangement, operating parameters, primary utilities and...