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, redundancy and reliability to make this Micro-Grid a reality. Discussion includes studies performed to reduce transient effects on the campus and lessons learned of implementing large scale modifications on a fully operating plant.
Ryan Bolduc, Wunderlich-MalecMatthew Stelmach, University of Massachusetts Medical School
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Westborough, MA 01581 USA
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