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Campus Wide 61850 Microgrid for a Tri-Generational Critical Care Campus at Umass Medical

Summary Due to super storms and utility interruptions a Tri-Generational Micro-Grid was designed and implemented to supply steam, chilled water and electricity to a 60-acre Critical Care Campus in times of complete electrical utility outages. IEC 61850 devices and logic provide the resiliency...


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UMass Medical School Increases Efficiency with Incremental Expansion of Central Energy Plant

Speakers Joe Collins, UMass Medical School Darrell Sandlin, Nextant #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #MasterPlanningandSystemDesign #UMassMedicalSchool #Massachusetts #Nexant #Worcester

1B.2_Sandlin_ Collins.pdf

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Using the Microgrid Model to help meet a Medical School Campus’ Needs

Summary A metropolitan campus implements an electrical Microgrid concept to meet its medical campus needs. The campus upgraded its generation and distributed electrical power system to achieve this resilient solution while concurrently meeting the requirements of NFPA 99. Also presented is...

4A.3_Stelmach, Roland, Colduc, Lambert.pdf

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Leaner Energy Challenge - Combined Heat and Power Expansion Project

Summary The CHP project at UMass Medical School was undertaken to better support a growing campus. To make this project financially possible, UMass Medical School combined current construction efforts to include a new Combined Heat and Power System and received financial incentives from the...

Healthier Hospitals Case Study- UMass.pdf