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Cogeneration Development.

I conceived and implemented two cogeneration facilities, in the 41 Cooper Square academic building and as part of the central plant upgrade of the Foundation Building. These systems dramatically improve the energy and environmental performance of both buildings, reducing the greenhouse gas footprint by 30%, and boosted the LEED status of 41 Cooper Square. My work included acquiring $850,000 in capital support grants.

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CLARK On Cogeneration Development:

“After a first grant proposal failed in 2003, cogeneration at Cooper was spurred by the state agency NYSERDA. A second successful proposal, plus two other funding grants, launched not one, but two separate cogeneration plants. Cogen is the single biggest contributor to Cooper meeting its sustainability goals, including reducing its greenhouse gas footprint by 30%, and securing 41 Cooper Square’s LEED Platinum rating, due to cogen’s dramatic boost in the building’s energy performance.”