EnginEEring SErvicES for DiSTric T EnErg Y
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Making Sense of Sustainability
Never before has University and College campuses experienced such rapidly
shifting energy dynamics.
It has become imperative for campuses to provide sustainable energy solutions
that are reliable and flexible for future technologies, but can also efficiently meet
today’s needs. AEI can help you develop and implement a sensible, sustainable
energy plan that works with your particular campus infrastructure.
Contact Jerry Schuett, P.E., Principal, at 888.419.9802 to
discuss your campus energy needs.
Stand up and be counted!
Space ‘ 10
Submit your newly committed customers
to District Energy Space and help IDEA
compile industry growth statistics for 2010.
Since 1990, District Energy Space has
reported 467,686,922 sq ft of buildings
connected to district energy systems in
North America alone. Hundreds of millions
of square feet have been added beyond
North America as well.
District Energy Space is an excellent way
to demonstrate market confidence in district
energy systems to current and potential
customers. University and campus systems
also are urged to submit new buildings.
Make plans now to photograph and feature
all of your new customers in the 2010
edition of District Energy Space The
deadline for submittal of buildings brought
on in 2010 is Friday, April 1, 2011.
Buildings that renewed contracts in 2009
also qualify for listing.
All systems submitting 2010
entries will receive a Certificate
of Participation. During the 2011
annual conference in Toronto,
Canada, IDEA will congratulate
and present awards to those
systems in North America and
beyond with the greatest amount
of total square footage brought
on and the greatest number of
buildings brought on in 2010.
To download a submittal form,
Just contact Len Phillips,
or at (508) 366-9339.