In 2018, Ohio State University (OSU) and Ohio State Energy Partners signed on to a 50-year agreement for a comprehensive energy management deal with ENGIE to optimize its energy use, and limit its environmental footprint. ENGIE’s role will be to improve building efficiency and the performance of existing assets such as the district’s cooling and heating network, advising on OSU’s energy consumption, and implementing digital tools to handle the operation and optimization of energy supply, production, and distribution across steam, refrigeration, gas, and electricity. In another sector, Clearway Thermal designed, financed and built a $33 million microgrid to serve the Princeton Health Care System facility, combining traditional renewable technologies to lower costs and achieve true power self-sufficiency, able to operate completely independent of the grid in the event of an emergency. These facilities are clear examples of how they are monetizing their campus energy assets.
In this webinar series, we have broken our deep dive approach into three sections, each tackling one of the many complexities and complications one can face when implementing this structure within their own campus or facility. These webinars are intended for Higher Education facilities and financing professionals, third-party energy infrastructure developers, managers, investors, and financing parties.
If you would like to register for this series, please click on the links below to be directed to each individual page:
February 16, 2021 – 12:00 p.m. ET | Part 1: An Overview of the Fundamentals of Partnership Opportunities to Outsource Sustainable Energy Assets – our will focus on how higher education and health care campuses can utilize third-party financing and management to offload ongoing energy management and procurement processes, and monetize long-term energy assets.
March 2, 2021 – 12:00 p.m. ET | Part 2: Case Studies in Higher Education and Health Care Energy Asset Monetization – Lessons from the Real World - Our panel includes the expertise and perspectives from the university, energy develop, and the financing and legal advisors. They will discuss how to navigate the complexities of monetizing energy resources and benefits, while greening the facilities, using third-party financing and capital.
March 16, 2021 – 12:00 p.m. ET | Part 3: Third-Party Energy Partnerships – Managing the Procurement, Partnership, and Transaction Structuring Process - Our panel will discuss bilateral negotiations, formal and informal RFP and RFQ processes, and deal structuring issues related to third-party partnerships to outsource and monetize energy procurement for higher education and health care campus energy needs.