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Control System Upgrade at Minneapolis Energy Center 

03-01-2019 12:09

Summary

The Minneapolis Energy Center (MEC) supplies steam and chilled water to more than 100 buildings in the downtown area. MEC’s system operates five interconnected plants, two stand-alone plants and two County. MEC recently completed a two and half year project to remove and replace its existing Bailey Distributed Control Systems (DCS) with Emerson Delta-V DCS. All components of the existing system were removed - including termination units, power supplies, I/O modules, processors, Operator Work Stations etc. Due to the plant’s continuous operation schedule, the control systems required replacement in five phases.

Session 4B: Planning & Upgrades of Electrical System & Controls

Speakers

Tim Johnston, Clearway Energy


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