Colorado State University’s Powerhouse Energy Learning Lab is LEED Platinum certified

Colorado State University’s Powerhouse Energy Learning Lab is LEED Platinum certified

University Energy Lab relies on innovative radiant, cooling system. An application never seen before, the building facilitates heating and cooling without a chiller installation. Instead, the building relies on radiant heating and cooling with the aid of a Baltimore Air Coil evaporative cooling tower. The whole system was designed around the MAGNA3 in order to push each zone out at different speeds depending on heating or cooling mode.

FORT COLLINS, COLO. — Colorado State University’s new 64,000-sq.ft. LEED Platinum Powerhouse Energy Campus Learning Lab addition is globally recognized as an energy research and educational facility. This green research complex expansion and renovation is designed to measure and verify heating and cooling system energy usage.

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