Harvard University Science and Engineering Complex Update

03/08/18


To keep up with their growing carbon footprint, Harvard University has designed an energy efficient facility that is being built behind the $1 Billion science and engineering complex. The DEF (district energy facility) will act as a source of electricity, heating, and cooling for Harvard’s growing innovation corridor on Western Ave. The 58,000 sf building will play a key role in minimizing the University’s greenhouse gasses as the campus continues to expand into Allston.

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