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New Jersey Town Center Microgrids in Hoboken, Neptune and Galloway

Summary Three microgrid studies will be presented and contrasted. These have all received grants under the NJBoard of Public Utilities Town Center Distributed Energy Resources (TCDER) grant program. Each represents a significant different challenge ranging from a highly urbabized setting in the...

2A.2_Sullivan.pdf


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Design Build Construction: Streamlining Distributed Generation & CHP based Microgrids

Summary A review of multiple CHP & Distributed Generation projects that utilized design-build contracts to reduce cost and accelerate schedule. These projects provide facilities with the means to provide power during normal and emergency conditions while simultaneously providing cost...

1A.2_Nyquist.pdf


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Integrating a New Energy Center at New Jersey's Largest Urban Hospital

Summary Hackensack University Medical Center, NJ’s largest Hospital, is constructing a $700 million expansion. A new CUP facility will provide thermal energy and emergency power to the entire hospital complex. The existing campus CUP and main 26 kV utility feeds are relocated to a new Energy...

1C.2_Kinback.pdf


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Continuous Oversight Enhances Energy Upgrades at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey/Rutgers

Speakers Tom Batten, Concord Engineering Tim Angerame, utiliVisor #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #MasterPlanningandSystemDesign #utiliVisor #ConcordEngineering #RutgersUniversity

3C.3_Angerame_ Batten.pdf

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Microgrids as resiliency opportunities in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy

Summary Microgrid Pilot Projects in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy are being implemented in NJ and NY to develop resilient infrastructure. We will explore progress to date on the NJ Transit, TransitGrid project, which has received a $400 million federal grant to create a first of its kind...

5B.1SULLIVAN.pdf


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Integrating Cogeneration Into a Historic Army Proving Ground

Summary Aberdeen Proving Ground, a US Army Facility founded in 1917, planned to retire a local steam incinerator. In need of 95,000 pph of 350 psig steam generation, the Army sought a sustainable solution through an Energy Savings Performance Contract with Johnson Controls. JCI retained...

1B.2_Nyquist.pdf