The District Energy Plant IV at the University of Central Florida (UCF) is a 9,830 SF building, joined with three other existing campus energy plants in providing chilled water for air conditioning and cooling processes to buildings on campus. The Plant IV is the first UCF plant to produce hot water and is used for HVAC processes at various campus buildings.
The District Energy Plant IV is connected to chilled water distribution infrastructure that consists of approximately 15 miles of main chilled water piping, connects 58 buildings with environmentally sensitive and general comfort cooling and reaches 4.9M gross square feet of space. By using energy-efficient materials and processes, the plant helps to reduce the impact on climate change.
LEED Administration, Energy Modeling, Commissioning