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University of Texas Austin – Supporting a Fast Track Mission-Critical Campus Healthcare Expansion

Summary The University of Texas at Austin underwent a campus expansion that included mission critical facilities at the hospital and medical campus. This presentation provides an overview of the master planning objectives, challenges, and successes. Speaker Juan Ontiveros, University of...

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Energy Supply to the U.S. Capitol

Summary The Architect of the Capitol recently underwent a utility master planning and implementaion project, this presentation provides an overview, challenges and lessons learned from the project. Speaker Chris Potter, Architect of the Capitol #Presentation #Military #Workshop #2017 ...


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Community-Scale Geothermal Energy Systems

Summary The District Energy Corporation provides heating and cooling to municpal government buildings in Lincoln Nebraska. This presentation focuses on the design and construction of their SW 40th Thermal Energy Facility which produces chilled and hot water as well as backup utility power...


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University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Summary The University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston took on a 15 MW CHP District energy system re-design and renewal after Hurricane Ike. Resiliency and efficiency were key design and construction considerations for the project. This presentationprovides project highlights and lessons...


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Getting to "Microgrid - Ready"

Summary What does it take to put together a well-performing microgrid? Learn what technical considerations should be made when designing microgrids; how to engage stakeholders for a successful project; and using PEER as a tool for microgrid performance. Speakers Michael Higginson, S&...

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Cities and Microgrids

Summary Thermal and electric resiliency are driving cities to consider microgrid solutions. Panelists in this session will provide insights, opportunities and challenges associated with incorporating microgrids into city planning. Speakers Galen Nelson, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center...

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Making the Microgrid- Utility Relationship Work

Summary Negotiating the relationship with your local utility can make or break a microgrid project. Often large and bureaucratic, utiliites can feel tricky to navigate. Sometimes learning the hard way, our 15 years of experience working with them on distributed energy resources, microgrids and...

5. Falcier_Working with Utilities.pdf

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NY Prize and Transit Oriented Microgrids

Summary Public transit is the backbone of the modern economy, and it relies on total availability of grid services. When Superstorm Sandy impacted NYC, many such services were lost as water and wind overwhelmed the system and severely curtailed routine and emergency transit. The Amtrak NYC...

3. Hanlin_ ransit Oriented Microgrids.pdf

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Political, Financial and Technical Considerations of a Municipal, Multi-User Microgrid

Summary Like most other cities, towns, and municipalities in California, the City of Santa Monica provides many required amenities to its citizens and businesses. At the City Yard, the Public Works Department provides a diverse set of essential services to the community. By integrating site...

4. Nordham_Political, Financial and Technical Considerations.pdf

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Understanding Microgrid & Energy Storage Feasibility Studies

Summary Microgrid technology readily available today to help manage demand and integration of distributed energy resources while improving energy surety. However, the requirements of each application are unique and must be considered carefully. This presentation will focus on a microgrid...