Siemens Smart Infrastructure (“SI”) and University of Maryland will co-present a Best Practice Total Energy Management (“TEM”) framework designed for multi-campus universities. A case study will be presented featuring an anchor CHP facility upgrade and portfolio of market, PPA, hedged supply, self-gen and demand resources within the TEM framework. The case study also will address the integration of sustainability objectives, peak load management and optimization practices via a portfolio optimization model providing the comparative analysis of multiple supply and demand resource investment alternatives.
Bo Poats, SiemensDavid Shaughnessy, University of MarylandFred James, Siemens
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Westborough, MA 01581 USA
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