Thursday, April 17, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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UC Davis Central Plant Operator Randy Bergstrom points to and explains the control-room computer monitor during a tour of the Central Steam Plant on January 11, 2013. The plant on Dairy Road features a new condensing economizer that captures vapor from the burning of natural gas for steam to supply energy to Tercero III, the new residence housing complex. PG&E will give the campus 500,000 dollars for having this system.
Pablo Orozco, of Design and Project Management at UC Davis, stands near the new condensing economizer during a tour of the Central Steam Plant on January 11, 2013. The plant's new condensing economizer captures vapor from the burning of natural gas for steam to supply energy to Tercero III, the new residence housing complex. PG&E will give the campus 500,000 dollars for having this system.
Pablo Orozco, of Design and Project Management at UC Davis, points to and explains a control computer monitor during a tour of the Central Steam Plant on January 11, 2013. The plant on Dairy Road features a new condensing economizer that captures vapor from the burning of natural gas for steam to supply energy to Tercero III, the new residence housing complex. PG&E will give the campus 500,000 dollars for having this system.
Pablo Orozco of Design and Construction Management at UC Davis points to a steam plume during a tour of the Central Steam Plant on January 11, 2013. The plant on Dairy Road features a new condensing economizer that captures vapor from the burning of natural gas for steam to supply energy to Tercero III, the new residence housing complex. PG&E will give the campus 500,000 dollars for having this system.
Central Plant Operator Randy Bergstrom can be seen watching several control-room computer monitors during a tour of the Central Steam Plant on January 11, 2013. The plant's new condensing economizer captures vapor from the burning of natural gas for steam to supply energy to Tercero III, the new residence housing complex. PG&E will give the campus 500,000 dollars for having this system.
Pablo Orozco, of Design and Project Management at UC Davis, stands on a staircase near the new condensing economizer during a tour of the Central Steam Plant on January 11, 2013. The plant's new condensing economizer captures vapor from the burning of natural gas for steam to supply energy to Tercero III, the new residence housing complex. PG&E will give the campus 500,000 dollars for having this system.
On the roof, Pablo Orozco of Design and Construction Management at UC Davis, talks during a tour of the Central Steam Plant on January 11, 2013. The plant on Dairy Road features a new condensing economizer that captures vapor from the burning of natural gas for steam to supply energy to Tercero III, the new residence housing complex. PG&E will give the campus 500,000 dollars for having this system.