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<p>This efficient co-generation plant supplies the university with electricity, chilled water for cooling and steam for heating. It is also home to a <a href="">vertical wind turbine</a>, the university's first foray into wind energy. Natural-gas-fired combustion turbines with heat-recovery steam generators replaced the need for the University to burn coal. These units operate in a combined cycle with other existing systems to produce both electricity and steam. This energy production is twice as efficient as a traditional electrical plant.</p><ul class="links"> <li><a href="">Facilities Design and Operations</a></li> </ul>