campus. The facility will serve as a platform
for UMM’s research partners to identify
tradeoffs and opportunities surrounding
gasifying other agricultural residues.
The gasifier’s intended impact is to
offset more than 80 percent of UMM’s
heating and cooling needs currently met
by fossil fuels, like natural gas and fuel oil.
By replacing a majority of its traditional
fuel mix, UMM will lessen its impact on
global warming and provide new revenue
streams for area agricultural producers.
The gasifier is one more step toward
UMM’s goal of reaching energy self-suffi-ciency by the 2010s. UMM has been cited
for its environmental leadership by the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. To
learn more about UMM’s green initiatives,
The Globe and Mail Cites
In an article titled “It’s hot, hazy and
humid, so ease up water and AC” published June 27, The Globe and Mail in
Toronto noted Enwave Energy Corp. has
helped take the heat off during hot weather:
“Last year, the TD Centre saved 12 million
kilowatt hours – the equivalent to taking
2,300 cars off the road – through its deep-lake water cooling system with Enwave.
The program brings ice cold water from the
depths of Lake Ontario through underground
pipes to city buildings, allowing them to get
rid of cooling systems that eat up energy,”
the building's general manager said.
“’It's been a huge success,’ Steven
Sorensen said, adding that during heat waves,
the building managers remind tenants to
lower blinds and cut lighting where possible.”
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