University of North Carolina at Chapel Hills

Cameron Cogeneration Facility
Turbine Generator Upgrades and New Cooling Tower

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Location:

Chapel Hill, NC

Delivery Method

Bid

Size

Replacement Tower 27,000 GPM

Architect

Jacobs (Formerly Carter & Burgess)

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is served by a 30 megawatt cogeneration facility near the main campus.

The existing facility was in need of a new cooling tower to match expanding capabilities of the primary turbine generator. This unit is essential to campus operations and UNC Hospitals as it is the primary source of on-site power generation and also directly supports steam production to meet mission critical hospital and research functions.

Utility Plants

  • University of North Carolina Hospitals

  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hills

  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte

  • NC State University Yarbrough Utility

  • NC State University Cates Utility

  • NC State University Central Utility