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New York celebrates as Hudson Yards officially opens

Linda O'Flanagan, PenNews Summary Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group gave their Hudson Yards a New York opening last week, with a celebrity showcase in The Shops Thursday night and a star-studded ceremony on Friday. $25 billion and five years after construction began on the largest...

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Microgrid boosters hope Michigan 'energy district' will spur more interest

Andy Balaskovitz, Energy News Network A rendering shows the vision for a smart energy district in Jackson, Michigan. Photo by Consumers Energy Consumers Energy plans to combine solar and storage in a 4-square-block project in Jackson, Michigan. Summary Microgrid advocates hope a...

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Texas Tech University GLEAMM Microgrid Research Facility - Advancing Grid Resiliency & Sustainability

Speakers Stephen Bayne, Texas Tech University BeiBei Helen Ren, Texas Tech University #CampusEnergyConference #ConferenceProceeding #2019 #Poster #Texas #TexasTechUniversity #Microgrids


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Creating a Reliable Campus Power Distribution Network, with Focus on Power Quality

Summary Over the years, University of Virginia (UVA), the University of Virginia Health System, have experienced temporary power outages caused by a multitude of reasons. These outages trigger the resetting of vital equipment which serves a “mission critical” function, and is extremely...


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The Role of Microgrids in Distributed Generation on University Campuses

Summary Microgrids are a hot topic and are becoming more in demand with the integration of a variety of generations technologies. This presentation will touch on key challenges of implementing microgrids in Campus Energy and Institutional campuses. Session: Microgrid Workshop Speakers Tom...


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Using Advanced Technology to Support Business Objectives and Clean Energy

Summary A spotlight on aging grid infrastructure, coupled with the impact of grid outages and demand for sustainable energy, has led many facilities to consider innovative technology for resilient, clean energy. This presentation will discuss how an advanced, industrial microgrid can be...


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Temple University’s Microgrid and 25 Years of Lessons Learned

Summary In the early 1990’s utilities markets were still fully regulated in Pennsylvania, and tariffs punished the setting of a new summer peak kW for the following 11 months.In response, Temple’s Energy Management team conceived of a 16MW natural gas peaking generator plant that could also...


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Microgrids Using District Heating Piping as the "Grid"

Summary As universities, hospitals and other campus locations look to increase reliability, become more resilient, reduce carbon emissions, and lower operating costs, finding one cost-effective solution to supporting all of these initiatives would be the facilities department’s Holy Grail....


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Legislative Update from the Microgrid Resources Coalition

Session: Microgrid Workshop Speakers Baird Brown, eco(n)law #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2019 #Microgrids #MRC #eco(n)law #PolicyandRegulation #Workshop


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Planning for the Future with Cyber-Secure Microgrids

Summary Ameren is the first investor owned utility to use a microgrid to island customers on an active feeder. This is one of the few microgrids in the world that operates at utility-scale voltages and has multiple levels of control. This presentation will discuss their decision making process...