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Revitalizing a 20th Century Building for 21st Energy: U of M Combined Heat and Power Plant 

08-22-2017 14:40

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The University of Minnesota's Combined Heat and Power Plant has a two-stage configuration: First, a natural gas-fired turbine will generate electricity, and second, a heat-recovery steam boiler will recover heat from combustion gases discharged by the turbine to generate steam. Our panel will present this project and discuss its impact on the University’s carbon footprint and why it is the best long-term sustainable solution for energy use.

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Buddy Juusola, Adolfson & Peterson Construction
Clyde Tenway, Adolfson & Peterson Construction



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