your project is a facility for studying productivity and building
energy systems, expectations for both performance and sustainability
are raised. See what else was raised in Syracuse, from the floor
plenums to the idea of changing the originally proposed temperature
setpoints, to the “cloud” formations of radiant panels used for
both heating and cooling.
The high-profile equipment involves an efficient, resilient trigeneration plant to provide heating, cooling, and power service. However, UConn’s most critical asset may be its forward-thinking, campus-wide energy strategy. Read more stories in June Issue 2017.