Paving the Way for Renewable Energy Innovation

Tallgrass, University of Dayton, and AES Ohio have forged a pioneering, long-term partnership aimed at advancing the university’s renewable energy aspirations. Central to this collaboration is the establishment of a state-of-the-art waste heat to power facility, which will harness excess heat from an existing process to generate clean electricity. This power will be supplied to AES Ohio, specifically benefiting the University of Dayton.

Situated in Fayette County, Ohio, the waste heat to power project is poised to commence construction later this year, with completion targeted for the fourth quarter of 2025. Tallgrass will oversee the development, ownership, and operation of the facility, integrating it with an existing compressor station on the Rockies Express Pipeline—a venture jointly owned by Tallgrass and Phillips 66.

As part of the agreement, AES Ohio will procure electricity from the waste heat to power project to fulfill the University of Dayton’s energy requirements. Importantly, the project’s benefits will extend beyond the campus, serving the wider community and customers alike.

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