Central Energy Plant Expansion Project Receives $5 Million Grant from New York State
The State of New York awarded Columbia University $5 million from the Higher Education Capital Matching Grant Program (HECap) for the expansion of the Central Energy Plant, a facility that provides chilled water, high-pressure steam, and electricity for Columbia’s Manhattanville campus.
Located below the Jerome L. Greene Science Center and Lenfest Center for the Arts, the Central Energy Plant includes the latest energy efficient equipment, including dual-fuel boilers, chillers, and piping distribution under city streets.
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The HECap Program provides matching grants to private, non-profit, colleges and universities to finance capital projects and equipment purchases that create construction jobs and enhance communities in New York State. Grantees are required to invest at least $3 for every $1 provided by the state, must pay prevailing wage for the duration of the project, and comply with minority and women-owned business enterprise (MWBE) requirements.
The HECap Board approved a total of $67,128,101 for 39 projects as part of a competitive application process.