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Smart Campus: Ohio State University's Leadership in Campus Energy Infrastructure 

02-20-2020 10:01

Summary

Going from design to construction phase, The Ohio State University is leading the campus energy infrastructure debate with its Smart CampusE project which encompasses a new CHP, a new heating hot water based heating and cooling network, a new digital network to connect the campus BMS systems, smart meters, occupancy data, weather data, and market data, and other campus energy assets, into a cutting-edge integrated and automated system.

Track 4B: Combined Heat and Power

Speaker

Serdar Tufekci, ENGIE - Ohio State Energy Partners


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#TheOhioStateUniversity
#Optimization

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