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Using CHP as Driver for Campus Hot Water Conversion

08-11-2017 10:59

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This presentation will walk the audience through the step-by-step process of assessing the potential for adding CHP to the campus. This will include developing electric, steam and potential hot water loads; technology screening including turbines, engines and fuel cells; optimizing the overall campus energy balance; determining the carbon impact against the existing utility grid; plant location screening; buildings to connect to the new microgrid and hot water distribution; quickly developing expected capital costs for competing options; and NPV and total cost of ownership to determine “Go or No Go” for the infrastructure program.

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Mike Morehead, Genetech
Bryce MacMartin, Vanderweil Engineers



#NorthAmerica #Genetech #Vanderweil #Optimization #ConferenceProceeding #2016 #CHP #CampusEnergyConference #UnitedStates #HotWater

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Mike Morehead, Genetech Bryce MacMartin, Vanderweil Engineers