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Optimization and Ongoing Analytics of Chilled Water System, From Plant to Building Loads

06-15-2017 13:15

Summary

UCSF's Preliminary Utility Plant (PUP) serves 4 research lab buildings. It had common problems: low delta-T and inefficient staging. It also lacked sufficient capacity for a planned 5th lab building. Four projects solved these problems. The first improved plant staging, reset pressure/temperature using building feedback, and optimized pumps. Three additional projects retro-commissioned buildings, focusing on reducing CHW flow. Results: significant efficiency improvement and deferral of capacity investment. Data analytics help ensure ongoing performance.

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James Hand, University of California, San Francisco



#2017 #California #EnergyEfficiency #UniversityofCaliforniaSanFrancisco #NorthAmerica #CampusEnergyConference #Optimization #ConferenceProceeding #DistrictCooling #Chillers #CampusEnergy

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James Hand, University of California, San Francisco