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Engine Driven CHP for Small Campus: Texas Wesleyan University

08-14-2017 14:02

Summary

Texas Wesleyan University has recently initiated a campus expansion plan. The University campus with 2650 students and approximately 400,000 square ft of academic and adminisrative buildings was beginning to overload existing campus infrastructure. The expansion efforts provided a new opportunity to assess the district energy system and address interruptions to the campus grid from the local electric utility. 

Overall project goals were to:

- Increase production capacity of chilled water system.
- Improve plant operating efficiency and utility costs.
- Improve campus grid reliability.

By implementing Combined Heat and Power, the University demonstrated this technology is feasible for campuses of all sizes and not limited to those with large budgets.

Speakers

Brian Franks, Texas Wesleyan University
Bryan Bagley, Affiliated Engineers



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