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Climate Adaptation Task Force - Shared screen with speaker view
John Petersen (he)
40:07
Yes, that sounds good!
Joel Baetens - Oberlin College
45:59
what can we expect from the capacity from our sources (renewables) as the impacts of climate change continue to trend? Will Hydro go down, wind go up, and solar stay same or slightly lower?
Joel Baetens - Oberlin College
47:15
Does battery storage have an attractive payback for peak managements?
Joel Baetens - Oberlin College
47:57
Will we consider biodiesel for the modular generator you described and does that still show a favorable return.
Joel Baetens - Oberlin College
48:12
Nice work Doug! thank you so much :D
Linda Arbogast
48:53
Danville VA is buying large battery storage units. would that help us store power to use later when it's more costly?
Heather Adelman
51:54
Really great presentation. Thank you Doug!
Barbara Thomas
52:43
Slides were great Doug. Would love to continue this great information by coming to Kendal for a talk.
Barbara Thomas
01:08:39
Curious if the charging stations can be used by the public if needed during day. Are they getting much use yet?
Margie
01:08:46
Thanks, Jim. Is ecolympics going to return to the curriculum?
Joel Baetens - Oberlin College
01:08:59
for Jim: Thank you for your service with our little people :D When we look at the next builds ( I think middle and High school are next?) will we be able to incorporate carbon free heating systems into the design? (heat pumps instead of gas boilers)
Joel Baetens - Oberlin College
01:09:47
maybe the EV bus can do Oberlin to Cleveland runs mid day between the pick up and drop off for the schools? ideas :D :D
Jim Eibel
01:10:47
Yes I hope we can bring Ecolympics back once OES Dashboard is on line.
Jim Eibel
01:12:06
Joel, thanks for the recommendations about carbon free heating systems and we are looking at EV busses:)
Peter Crowley
01:12:07
Are the students learning about food security and what about gardening programs at the new campus
Heather Adelman
01:13:39
Jim, let's talk about possible partnerships with EcoOlympics. I think there is interest in doing this again at the College as well. (i'm the new Sustainability Manager for the College) : )
Jim Eibel
01:13:46
Peter, They are going to start gardens at the new school. They are laid out right inside Ring Road on the south side of the building. You can see the roped off areas if you drive by.
Jim Eibel
01:14:07
Sound good Heather:)
Linda Arbogast
01:14:28
jim-let me know if those gardens need compost
Joel Baetens - Oberlin College
01:21:28
Rey - great work over there!! Are you able to integrate the pond into your earth coupled heat pump systems? Thank you :D
Margie
01:21:34
Thanks, Rey. Lots of great stuff going on at Kendal! Are the heat pumps keeping residents warm enough on the really cold days?
ted wolner
01:22:02
Can we get everybody's slide decks?
Barbara Thomas
01:22:15
Margie, I think your mom could answer that better than Rey : - )
Linda Arbogast
01:22:31
if presenters share them I will get them out
Margie
01:22:58
I hope also that we can restart the Food Rescue program with Kendal/OCS sometime soon?
Linda Arbogast
01:23:01
also, a recording of this presentation will be on the sustainability page of the city's website
ted wolner
01:23:22
Thanks, Linda.
Barbara Thomas
01:24:39
Margie, I'm sure Greg or Scott can bring you up to date. My sense is efficiencies have improved under new meal plan options but I'm sure there is still room to contribute to the Food Rescue program.
Margie
01:25:26
Thanks, Barbara
Terry McGowan
01:30:07
Hope we can continue this discussion with these fine experts. Would like to dig deeper into the subjects and the energy storage topic deserves attention too. - Terry
Linda Arbogast
01:30:23
agreed!
Jill Sawyer
01:32:52
Fantastic presentations. Thank you!!!
David Zelasko - Third Sun Kokosing Solar
01:33:13
great job speakers - thank you!
Heather Adelman
01:33:27
Agreed! What an inspiring meeting. Thank you to all the speakers for all your fantastic work in the community.
Margie
01:33:39
thank you all