Brattle Principal Dr. Metin Celebi recently hosted “Power Players,” an episode of the Alternative Power Plays podcast.
Dr. Celebi joined Ted Borer and Tom Nyquist – Princeton University’s Energy Plant Manager and Executive Director of Facilities Engineering and Campus Energy, respectively – to discuss solar and thermal energy storage through optimization to reduce costs and carbon footprint. The trio also covers plans to further reduce the carbon footprint of campus energy use at Princeton.
The Alternative Power Plays podcast series – co-hosted by experts from Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney and Brattle – focuses on the benefits and deployment of Combined Heat and Power (CHP). It features interviews with industry leaders in the CHP space and addresses the new ways companies are getting electricity and thermal energy to their facilities using CHP technology.
You can listen and subscribe to Alternative Power Plays here.