The CoGen Plant at Brigham Young University makes significant headway

By November 9, 2017New Projects

       

BYU’s central plant is modernizing its existing functionality from coal fired boilers to natural gas co-generation.  With the recent removal of three coal fired boilers and the exhaust stack, an additional building is being constructed to house a turbine Solar Titan 130 and new mechanical-electrical equipment. In addition, modifications are being made to the existing structure in order to house the Heat Return Unit and a new control room. The scope also includes additions to the campus electrical distribution system and the north, south and west substations. The project is on track for completion in 2018.

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