Seth Kinderman, Plant Engineer, Central Utilities Plant
|Jan/13||Fri||11:00AM-12:00PM||Building 42 - TBD, Wear closed-toe shoes. Safety hat/glasses provided|
Enrollment: Limited: Advance sign-up required
Sign-up by 01/12
Limited to 15 participants
Please note - this event is at full capacity. Keep an eye on the MIT events calendar for future tour dates.
MIT’s Central Utilities Plant (CUP) uses a highly efficient cogeneration system to provide electricity, steam heat, and chilled water to more than 100 buildings on campus—enabling innovative research while also helping MIT achieve its commitment to reducing greenhouse gases. This balancing act is anything but simple. Join the Plant Engineer, Seth Kinderman, on a tour of the CUP. Get a first-hand look at how MIT’s on-campus facility has been helping MIT conserve energy and reduce emissions for more than 20 years.
Also, check out our other energy related IAP events:
1/13 at 9AM: Innovative Energy Solutions for a Growing Campus
1/13 at 10AM: Powering MIT: An Inside Look at MIT’s Energy Infrastructure
Sponsor(s): Department of Facilities
Contact: Jason Caloggero, firstname.lastname@example.org