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Emissions from Integrated Renewable-CHP Systems 

10-16-2017 15:50

Summary

Benefits of CHP to critical infrastructure (CI) facilities, particularly during natural disasters, have been well documented. These benefits are further enhanced in a district energy or microgrid network where renewables, such as solar photovoltaics, can increase reliability of the network. The presentation will provide an analysis of and compare emissions from integrated CHP-renewable systems operating at a CI facility. Potential case studies include a NY hospital, a NJ university and a CA government facility.

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Neeharika Naik-Dhungel, US EPA CHP Partnership Program


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#AnnualConference
#ConferenceProceeding
#CHP
#USEPA
#UnitedStates
#NorthAmerica
#Microgrids
#Resiliency
#Reliability
#EmissionsReduction
#Sustainability

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Neeharika Naik-Dhungel, US EPA CHP Partnership Program