Posts Tagged Utah

Clean Air Clean Energy Forum at UVU Thurs, Mar 19, 2015

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Utah Valley University is hosting the “Clean Air Clean Energy” forum on air and energy issues, March 19th, from 10 am to 4 pm. Prof. Smith will participate in a panel on “The Switch to Clean Energy and Clean Technology.” For a schedule and more information: http://uvef.org/CACEF.html

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University of Utah ASHRAE Student Branch Activity Feb 24th

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What: A guided Tour of the Olympic Oval Facility Why: To see how the building’s systems were designed, and how they work Who: All University of Utah Engineering Students interested in this tour are invited to attend Where: 5670 Cougar Lane, Kearns Utah, 84118 (this address is […]

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Utah ASHRAE Sustainability Conference April 4th, 2014

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Utah ASHRAE April 4th Sustainability Conference Date:               Friday, April 4th, 2014 Location:        Utah Career Center 640 N Billy Mitchell Road Salt Lake City, UT  84101 Time:              Morning, Lunch and Afternoon Sessions (See Below) Presenters:    Terry E. Townsend, P.E., Distinguished Lecturer E. Mitchell Swann, P.E. Distinguished Lecturer […]

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Poster presentation: “Estimating Building CO2 Emissions Reductions with EnergyPlus”

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Graduate researcher Stephen Lucich will present a poster on estimating carbon dioxide emissions reductions from changing the operation and window construction of an office building located in Salt Lake City. GCSC Student Research Symposium February 18, 2014 from 5-7 pm Jewish Community Center, 2 N Medical Dr, […]

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Elwell wins UROP funding for PRO power proposal

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In January, David X. Elwell was awarded an Undergraduate Research Fellowship to support his work exploring osmotic power generation. His proposal titled “Salinity Gradient Energy Recovery Using Pressure Retarded Osmosis” described his plan for investigating the potential for producing clean, renewable power at the Great Salt Lake […]

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ACEEE ranks most energy efficient states for 2013; Utah at #24

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According to the scoring methods used by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, Massachusetts is America’s most energy efficient state this year and West Virginia is the least. Utah falls in the middle of the pack, tied for #24, down slightly from its 2012 ranking […]

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