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Resiliency and Efficiency: Optimizing the Integration of a CHP into an Urban Academic Medical Campus

06-19-2017 11:33

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NYU Langone Medical Center began operating a 9.7 MW Cogeneration plant in 2016. The plant provides the campus, which suffered heavy damage in Hurricane Sandy, with resiliency. The CHP plant caused changes that created operational challenges and savings opportunities. Changes in the utility rate structures now allow savings from unique fuel switching strategies involving combined chiller plant and CHP operations. Using creative solutions NYULMC was able to achieve better performance than expected.

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Adam Vesterholt & John Bartlik, New York University Medical Center



#2017 #ConferenceProceeding #Chillers #NewYork #CampusEnergy #HeatRecovery #CHP #Sustainability #NYUMedicalCenter #Resiliency #CampusEnergyConference #NorthAmerica

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Adam Vesterholt & John Bartlik, New York University Medical Center