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Princeton University achieves approval for Lake Campus North project from West Windsor

CentralJersey.com Summary Princeton University is able to move forward with a proposed Lake Campus project since receiving approval by the West Windsor Planning Board. The approved project is part of the university’s Lake Campus General Development Plan, which proposes development of the...


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Exclusive Clip from CampusEnergy2021: How Has the Pandemic Affected Your Campus?

CampusEnergy2021 may have ended in February but its 800+ attendees are still buzzing over the invaluable educational content offered, featuring deep-dive insights about the real-world issues affecting our campus community today. If you weren't able to attend, we are pleased to offer a...


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Planning board continues review of a proposed geo-exchange facility for Princeton University

Centraljersey.com Summary The topic of noise and sound was the main focus of residential concerns during the public portion of the Princeton Planning Board’s continued hearing for Princeton University’s proposed one-story geo-exchange facility known as “TIGER,” which would also be a building...


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Higher Education Expands its Climate Push

Axios Summary New or expanded climate initiatives are popping up at several universities, a sign of the topic's rising prominence and recognition of the threats and opportunities it creates. Why it matters: Climate and clean energy initiatives at colleges and universities are nothing...


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District Energy Is Part of America’s Past, Why Not Its Future?

Propmodo Summary The modern city was invented by a few intrepid people in the span of only a few decades, all in the same metropolitan area. The era was the 1880s, a period called the “Second Industrial Revolution.” The place was New York City. The cast of characters was small but...


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Are Microgrids the Answer to Energy Disruptions?

Commercial Property Executive Summary In light of the renewable energy expansion of recent years, microgrids have become increasingly more popular. Although they seem new, these installations have been around for many years—the first one was introduced by Thomas Edison in 1882 at his...


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Climate Drivers for Microgrid Development: Role of Microgrids in Decarbonizing the Economy

Speakers Baird Brown, eco(n)law LLC Ted Borer, Princeton University #CampusEnergyConference #ConferenceProceeding #2020 #Princeton #Microgrids #Workshop

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Reducing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero

Princeton University Summary Ted Borer, director of the campus energy plant, discusses the University’s ambitious Sustainability Action Plan goals and strategies to achieve them. (Video by Jared Flesher) Watch the Full Video Here #News #MemberNews ...


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University Releases Sustainability Plan; Goal is Zero Emissions by 2046

Anne Levin, Town Topics Summary Just days after the town of Princeton released a draft of its Climate Action Plan, Princeton University has announced its own Sustainability Action Plan. Among the goals of the initiative, which was released Monday, April 22, is zero emissions by 2046. That...

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Princeton University Substation Upgrade Project

Summary Princeton University has reached the allowable capacity on the 26kV utility interconnection with PSE&G. A new 69kV high-voltage substation is being constructed to connect the existing 26kV substations to the PSE&G transmission system. The project challenges include a...

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