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Enduring the Next Super Storm: Wesleyan University and Middletown, Connecticut – Collaborating and Creating a Resilient Community

06-19-2017 17:15

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After a powerful northeastern storm left the campus without power for a week, school officials sought an efficient and reliable power generation solution. Capitalizing on a Connecticut program that provides grants to organizations that invest in microgrid or distributed energy projects, Wesleyan University was the first to be approved for a microgrid project, and the first to complete a project under the Microgrid program.

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Alan Rubacha, Wesleyan University

Chris Nagle, Dresser Rand, A Siemens Business



#CHP #Microgrids #Workshop #NorthAmerica #2017 #CampusEnergyConference #WesleyanUniversity #Reliability #Connecticut #CampusEnergy #Resiliency #ConferenceProceeding

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