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COC One Step Closer to Energy independence After $3M Award

College of the Canyons, SCVNews.com Summary College of the Canyons has been awarded $3 million by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) to upgrade its existing fuel cell technology system, bringing the college one step closer to energy independence. One of only three...


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FES FM to operate TECA energy centre

Scottish Construction Now Summary Scottish facilities management firm FES FM has been appointed to operate the energy centre for The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA) and two on-site hotels, which will showcase renewable technologies contributing to the city’s position as the energy capital...


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Advanced Microgrid a Natural Fit for Wisconsin Project

Darrell Proctor, Power Magazine Immersed in technology.The Immersion Center at the Bubolz nature preserve was built from a shipping container. It houses the electrical control center, electrolyzer and other key components that run and contribute to the clean energy microgrid and it also...


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Siemens to design self-sufficient microgrid in Finland

Renewables Now Summary German engineering group Siemens AG has won a contract to design and engineer a self-sufficient smart medium-voltage microgrid in Finland for local district heating firm Lempäälän Energia Oy. The Lemene project calls for the installation of a grid in the Marjamäki...


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Fuel Cell Microgrids - Using Clean CHP Technology to Improve Facility Reliability

Summary The challenges of maintaining a steady operation on a modern campus environment are becoming more complex. With pressure to keep both the lights on and the costs down, facilities are searching for the right solutions to satisfy multiple stakeholders. There are multiple examples of...

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Connecticut seeks proposals for AD, wind, fuel cell projects

Erin Voegele, Biomass Magazine Summary The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has issued a request for proposals (RFP) to solicit offers for certain Connecticut Class I renewable energy sources, including anaerobic digestion, offshore wind and fuel cells. Eligible...


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Fuel cell CHP planned for Finnish district energy smart microgrid

Tildy Bayar, Decentralized Energy Summary A Finnish district energy smart microgrid is set to add to its renewable credentials with two fuel cell cogeneration systems. Fuel cell manufacturer Elcogen and fuel cell system developer Convion have agreed to develop and deliver the two ...


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Use of Stationary Fuel Cells as the Backbone of the Modern Microgrid

Summary Modern microgrids have evolved from disconnected, isolated components into sophisticated interconnected networks supporting reliability, resiliency and energy independence goals. Fuel cells provide a quiet, clean, reliable energy solution to support and exceed the goals of a modern...

2A.1_Palmer.pdf


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Bridgeport CT Community Energy Thermal Network using Fuel cells and Waste-to-Energy

Summary This presentation discusses the Bridgeport, Connecticut story about creating a thermal network using fuel cells and waste-to-energy. Speaker Dan Donovan, NuPower #2015 #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #CommunityEnergy #NuPowerThermal #Bridgeport #Connecticut ...

3A.4_Donovan.pdf


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University Microgrids Powered by Fuel Cells

Summary This presentation features a business case for fuel cells with emphasis on how they can be integrated into a CHP system or microgrid. Case studies from Central Connecticut State University, the University of Bridgeport and UC San Diego are examined. Speaker Ben Toby, FuelCell...

4C.2_Toby.pdf

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