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University of Michigan: Central Plant Distributed Control System Upgrade

Speakers Thomas Mergen, Stanley Consultants #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #MeteringandControls #UniversityofMichigan #Michigan

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Medium Voltage System Upgrade at a VA Medical Center (6B.3_Bowman, Klebosky.pdf)

Matthew Klebosky, WileyWilsonStephen Bowman, WileyWilson



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State releases more than $6.6M for boiler repairs at NIU

Daily Chronicle Summary DeKALB – Northern Illinois University’s archaic boiler system finally has the green light to go away and make room for modern equipment. According to a news release from the office of Gov. Bruce Rauner, more than $6.6 million in capital funding has been released as...


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Helsinki Energy Company Helen to Go Climate Neutral

City of Helsinki Helen operates Finland's first V2G (vehicle-to-grid) electric car charging station, developed by Helen with partners in the mySMARTLife EU Project. The project develops solutions to cut urban carbon dioxide emissions. Pictured is the first charging. Photo: Sonja Meskanen...


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Nordic countries offer money, expertise to help Ukraine boost renewables

Bermet Talant, Kyiv Post Summary To meet its 2035 energy goals and Paris Accords commitments, Ukraine will need to reduce energy losses in the public and residential sectors and boost production from renewable energy sources, a new study by Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra has suggested. ...



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Gensets commissioned at new cogen district heating plant in Italy

Tildy Bayar, Decentralized Energy Summary Two gas-fired gensets have been installed and commissioned at a new district heating plant in Italy. The gensets from Centrax Gas Turbines will provide 3.9 MW each for Italian utility Hera’s state-of-the-art cogeneration plant in Bologna,...



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Feds prequalify consortiums to bid on heating and cooling modernization program

Ottawa Business Journal Summary The federal government has narrowed the field of companies vying for a 30-year contract to upgrade and operate the massive system that heats and cools more than 80 buildings in the National Capital Region. On Friday, Public Services and Procurement Canada said...