The Ivy League University in New Hampshire is preparing for a steam-to-hot-water conversion, which will make it possible to replace the old fuel oil-fired CHP plant with renewable energy sources.
The City of Cambridge located north of Boston, Massachusetts, USA, shares increasing global concerns about climate change and the many challenges it presents. Cambridge has adopted a Climate Protection Action Plan with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050.
Ramboll supported the development of Block Island Wind Farm, the first offshore wind farm in the US, which is expected to power 17,000 homes.
Residential builders and property management teams in Florida and Louisiana faced coincident challenges of odour complaints and unusual corrosion rates for HVAC equipment in some newly constructed homes. Our investigations of the odour complaints led to solving the corrosion problem as well.
We currently provide oversight for the State of Colorado Energy Office’s energy performance contracting (EPC) program, the third-highest rated program in the US.
As part of the revival of the city of New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina, Ramboll worked with architects and developers to transform contaminated industrial riverfront property to outdoor recreational space within an urban area for low- to-moderate income communities in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Ramboll has been assisting the Department of Energy and Environment in assessing the effect of flooding from the large Potomac River, that flows though the city centre, in terms of rising sea level and storm surges, as well as extreme rainfall.
Water used for cooling operations is critical to data center management. A multi-disciplinary team evaluated the security of alternative future water supplies given different jurisdictions, drought restrictions, and local trends in climate and economic growth.
Ramboll conducted a critical issues review to help a US client evaluate the viability of 10 sites for the development of onshore wind farms.