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Air Permitting Case Study: Harvard’s CHP Expansion 

10-16-2017 16:07

Summary

As part of its ongoing commitment to improve sustainability and reliability, Harvard University is expanding its CHP capability with a new 7.5 MW combustion turbine and fired HRSG. The project is the largest to-date to utilize special Massachusetts air permitting regulations designed to encourage CHP.

The presentation will cover how the CHP regulations worked, and how Harvard developed the plant to maximize operating flexibility while protecting ambient air quality and streamlining the review process.

Speakers

AJ Jablonowski, Epsilon Associates
Michael Macrae, Harvard Engineering & Utilities


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#EmissionsReduction

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AJ Jablonowski, Epsilon Associates Michael Macrae, Harvard Engineering & Utilities