Tecogen’s chillers provide alternative source of cooling for ‘hybrid’ plant at the University of Connecticut

Part of a multimillion-dollar capital improvement campaign called UCONN 2000, the hybrid plant allows the university to alternate between different energy sources – such as electricity and natural gas – using whichever source is the most cost-effective at a given time. The university’s new centralized plant provides cooling for classrooms, offices, residence halls, and research centers throughout the main campus in Storrs, Connecticut.

By Kate Thomas
OGJ Online

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