MHP Structural Engineers’ Principal and Partner, Lance Kenyon, S.E. and senior project engineer Kathy Rantowich, S.E. worked with California State University Northridge (CSUN) and P2S Engineering on a 13,000 square foot, 1 megawatt fuel cell powerplant at CSUN, which is the largest fuel cell power plant at any university in the world.
The power plant provides environmentally friendly power to the campus, providing almost 20% of the campus’ power needs. The fuel cell plant will reduce the university’s CO2 emissions by 60 million pounds during ts lifetime.
MHP provided the structural engineering for the foundations and anchorage of the fuel cell power plant. The fuel cell power plant is scheduled to be finished at the end of June 2009.
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