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CampusEnergy2020 Student Video Contest Winner: University of Cincinnati

Summary Launched in 2012, the Campus Energy Student Video Contest challenges students from IDEA member institutions to create a short video about their campus energy plant, focused on district energy and/or combined heat and power (CHP). The 2020 winners from the University of Cincinnati...

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MIT Continues to Advance Toward Greenhouse Gas Reduction Goals

MIT News Summary At MIT, making a better world often starts on campus. That’s why, as the Institute works to find solutions to complex global problems, MIT has taken important steps to grow and transform its physical campus: adding new capacity, capabilities, and facilities to better support...

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Energy Storage for Land-Challenged Campuses

Summary Ice storage can be ideal for land-locked campuses while enabling modular district cooling system growth. Using University of Arizona & New Mexico State examples, presenters will compare ice & water storage benefits, address ice storage myths and describe how to add ice storage...


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Leveraging Advanced AI for Next-Gen Campus Energy Management

Summary The Ohio State University has one of the largest and busiest campuses of any university in the world, and some of the most ambitious energy and sustainability objectives. To meet its efficiency goals while streamlining operations and minimizing costs, OSU uses an advanced digital...


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Sustainable Infrastructure at Oberlin College

Summary Oberlin College is committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2025. Since 2015, Oberlin and Ever-Green Energy have collaborated on an implementation plan to achieve this goal in a meaningful manner. This effort has included a comprehensive assessment of building performance, fourth...


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Endless Possibilities with an Overlooked Cooling Technology

Summary Absorption chillers offer numerous possibilities for resilient and clean cooling, particularly for district cooling, CHP, and micro-grid applications such as education campuses. This highly sustainable technology is being successfully deployed globally and shouldn’t be overlooked,...


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Campus Resiliency, Efficiency and a Reduced Carbon Footprint – Union College

Summary CHA performed a Combined Heat and Power Feasibility Study, CCHP plant design and plant construction for Union College which continued advancing its resiliency, efficiency and reduced carbon footprint through development of an Energy Master Plan and a Central Plant Expansion Feasibility...


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Roadmap to Carbon Neutrality - Implementing Change in Higher Education

Summary Higher education leaders have been ahead of the curve in commitments to carbon reductions, primarily through efficiency and renewables. To support this momentum, Ever-Green launched the Roadmap to Carbon Neutrality program to create actionable plans to make sustainability and carbon...


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Biomass Powered ORC Turbine at Dalhousie University

Summary A University's sustainability goals can be achieved by looking at low carbon biomass energy combined with an ORC Turbine. Dalhousie was able to make a significant investment into their campus energy infrastructure while satisfying the key pillars of success identified in their energy...


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Decarbonization Options for the Future

Summary Many universities and colleges have agreed to reduce their carbon footprint. While renewable sources of energy is growing they cannot be relied on as a 100% secure source of energy supply. Will look at examples of using renewable and low carbon fuels in addition to technologies to...