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Pragmatic Approach to Implementing CHP at a Small University 

02-20-2020 09:59

Summary

When Gallaudet, the national university for the deaf, decided to explore the possibility of expanding its campus energy infrastructure it partnered with Urban Ingenuity to undertake a cost-effective feasibility study. The result of this work was a preliminary proof of concept design for a microgrid with 4 MW of CHP and 3 MW of on-site solar. This initial effort was the foundation of a successful procurement process which attracted more than two dozen qualified implementation teams. This session will cover the methodical process Gallaudet followed to determine project viability and select a project implementation team. We will also provide an update on results to date regarding project scope and design, and the ESA structure.

Track 4B: Combined Heat and Power

Speakers

Dave Good, Gallaudet University

Shalom Flank, Urban Ingenuity


#CampusEnergyConference
#ConferenceProceeding
#2020
#Microgrids
#CHP
#Optimization

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