N.J. Board of Public Utilities Announces Advancement of Proposed Atlantic City Microgrid

By District Energy posted 09-01-2017 00:00


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New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz and Atlantic City Mayor Donald A. Guardian announced the advancement of a proposed microgrid that would provide more resilient power to critical facilities used for emergency shelter and services during extreme weather events.

The Board has approved Atlantic City’s application for a microgrid feasibility study that would consider an additional Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system at the ADM Energy’s Midtown Thermal Control Center (MTCC). The microgrid assets are planned to be installed at the MTCC with additional CHP technology currently being removed from the former Revel Casino.

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