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Combined Heat and Power for Military Installations

06-19-2017 11:41

Summary

Combined Heat and Power (CHP) produces electricity and heat. Thermal energy is more challenging to transport than electricity because CHP systems are typically installed at sites with large, steady thermal loads, such as large campuses. Military Installations have a unique consideration for CHP. These facilities demand performance under extreme conditions when the Installation is most utilized. Reliability, independent fuel storage, and seamless operation is crucial during periods of utility outages.

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Michael Calabrese, Burns Engineering



#BurnsEngineering #CampusEnergy #Reliability #2017 #CampusEnergyConference #ConferenceProceeding #NorthAmerica #Military #Fuels #Resiliency #CHP

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Michael Calabrese, Burns Engineering