Engineering & Utilities (E&U) manages the production, procurement, distribution and billing of utilities for much of the University's Cambridge and Allston campuses including chilled water, steam, electricity, water, sanitary/storm drainage, natural gas, and fuel oil.
Harvard’s new, 58,000 sq. ft. District Energy Facility (DEF) is a lower-carbon, climate resistant system that provides heating, cooling, and electricity to support Harvard's academic and research activities in Allston.
Harvard's Blackstone Steam Plant provides heat to approximately 80% of the Cambridge & Allston campuses and also co-generates electricity.
The University's two, central chilled water plants supply approximately 75 buildings on the Cambridge campus for air conditioning and other uses.
Electricity is provided to over 250 buildings on the Cambridge & Allston campuses through the University's micro-grid.
Harvard's city water distribution system services approximately 440 buildings on the Cambridge campus.
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