Search

1 to 10 of 19
Sort by

Library Entry
Building Resiliency Task Force Report

Summary The Building Resiliency Task Force Report provides 33 actionable proposals for making New York buildings and residents better prepared for the next extreme weather event. Convened in 2013 at the request of the City of New York following Superstorm Sandy, 200-plus task force...

2013_brtf_summaryreport_0.pdf


Library Entry
Financial and Engineering Case Study: A Two-Sided Platform Business Model for Microgrids Using Existing CHP Facilities in Brookyn and Queens

Summary The presentation will introduce a power electronics platform for microgrid-to-macrogrid interconnection, communications and control and a real options microgrid financial optimization model. Both use open source off-the-shelf technologies that have been peer-reviewed for IEEE...

8A.2_Warner.pdf

Guy Warner's profile image

Library Entry
Con Edison Non-Wires Solution RFPs Posted

Con Edison We are pleased to announce that Con Edison has released Request for Proposals for the following Non-Wires Solutions. Water Street - Cooling Project Williamsburg – Primary Feeder Relief Plymouth Street – Cooling Project For parties interested in proposing Distributed...

water-street-williamsburg-plymouth-street-non-wires-solutions-soliciation.pdf


Library Entry
Building Resiliency Task Force Report

Summary The Building Resiliency Task Force Report provides 33 actionable proposals for making New York buildings and residents better prepared for the next extreme weather event. Convened in 2013 at the request of the City of New York following Superstorm Sandy, 200-plus task force...

2013_brtf_summaryreport_0.pdf


Blog Entry
Five Years After Sandy, Are We Better Prepared?

Patrick McGeehan and Winnie Hu, The New York Times Summary At 8:30 p.m. on a Monday, millions of residents of the most man-made landscape in the United States were reminded how powerless they were against the forces of nature. Hurricane Sandy shoved the East River across the F.D.R. Drive onto...


Library Entry
Data Monitoring & Visualization at City College in New York

Speakers Neil Webb & Chris Marinucci, O'Brien & Gere #CampusEnergyConference #2017 #ConferenceProceeding #Operations #ObrienandGere #NewYorkCity #NewYork

5C.1_Letkiewicz_ Webb.pdf

Neil Webb's profile image

Library Entry
Con Edison System Hardening Post Sandy

Speakers Christina Ho & Evan Yager, Con Edison #MasterPlanningandSystemDesign #AnnualConference #2014 #ConferenceProceeding #ConsolidatedEdisonofNewYork #Resiliency #NewYorkCity #Steam #StormManagement ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

4C.2_Ho_ Yager.pdf


Blog Entry
Time to build power plants in the city

Arthur “Jerry” Kremer, Crain's New York Business Summary New York City is about to lose 25% of its electricity and yet little consideration is being given to a direct solution: build more power plants within the five boroughs. With the Indian Point nuclear plant set to close in 2021,...


Library Entry
Integration of 8,000 Additional Tons with an Existing Chilled Water System at the University of Rochester

Summary The University of Rochester has met its growing chilled water load with the addition of 8,000 tons of cooling capacity in an expansion to their Middle Campus Chiller Plant (MCCP). The University embarked on this project with optimal energy efficiency in mind. This presentation will...

1C.2MISCHISSINHOWE.pdf


Library Entry
Proposed CHP Emissions Credits for the NYC Carbon Challenge

Summary The New York City Carbon Challenge launched in 2007 as part of the Bloomberg Administration’s PlaNYC, helping to bring new energy policy and long term goals for greenhouse gas reductions to New York City. The Carbon Challenge was first introduced to New York City’s Universities, with...

1B.4TRAVIS.pdf