Cool customers: UTS gets its cooling energy from across the road in Aussie first

September 28, 2016 1:25 pm Published by

The University of Technology Sydney will source cooling energy from the Central Park thermal plant across the street, in what is being billed as an Australian first for precinct-scale sharing.

The university on Monday announced it had signed a contract with Brookfield Energy to source a proportion of its chilled energy requirements from Brookfield’s central energy plant at Central Park, which is expected to provide energy efficiency, carbon and cost savings.

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Source: The Fifth Estate