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Solar PV and distributed generation resources combine for sustainable-resilient micro-grids for today’s facilities. Three presentations offer broad overviews of micro-grid design. The first is a 1MW PV analysis plus the firming power of a gas generator or LiION battery to achieve 8 hours of on-peak demand savings in Michigan. Next, we look at NFPA code issues surrounding alternate energy sources with micro-grids serving healthcare facilities. These issues are broadly applicable across all building types. Lastly, we discuss site evaluation and the integration of micro-grids to best match facility loads, using a successful Wisconsin project to illustrate proper design and control.
- 1. Evaluating a 1MW Solar PV Micro-Grid for Firm on-Peak Power: Focus on Cost and Performance
James Leidel, Member, DTE Energy, Detroit, MI
- 2. Evaluating Renewable Energy Micro-Grids for Healthcare Applications: Focus on Code Issues
Krista McDonald Biason, P.E., HGA Architects and Engineers, Minneapolis, MN
- 3. Building Efficiency and Microgrids: Focus on Control System Interoperability
Jason Heindel, AZZO USA, Fairfield, NJ
Citation: ASHRAE 2020 Virtual Seminar
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