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Micorgrids as an Utility of the Future

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To be presented at Uptime Symposium 5-12-11

To be presented at Uptime Symposium 5-12-11

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  • Before you begin, I would suggest introducing the phrase “Local Impact, National Influence, Global Reach.” Many of the audience members will not have heard the phrase before – but they will remember it now.
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    • 1. Local Impact, National Influence, Global Reach
      Microgrids for Sustainable, Affordable, Secure and Reliable Energy
      May 12, 2011
    • 2.
    • 3. Generation Profile Before Microgrid Master Controller and Re-Optimizer
    • 4. Hourly Re-optimization & Rescheduling of All Assets Based On Dynamic Market Prices
    • 5. Main Dashboard
      Microgrid Master Conroller
    • 6. Two Way C3Down to the Plug Level
      Overall Energy Usage Meters
      Main Power Meter
      Breakdown of Power Usage
      CSE Building Sub-Meters
      Building Machine Room
      Building Overall Lighting
      Building Mechanical Load
      Building Plug Loads
      Individual Circuit Meters
      EBU3B Server Room Monitor Panel T1203B
      EBU3B 4th Floor Lighting
      EBU3B 3rd Floor Lighting
      EBU3B 2nd Floor Lighting
      EBU3B Server Room UPS Monitoring Panel
      EBU3B Emergency Lighting Monitoring Panel E0222A
      Monitoring Main Mechanical Sub Station MP0102
      Monitoring Panel T1203C in Server Room
      EBU3B 1st Floor Lighting
      Monitoring Panel T1203A in Server Room
      Monitoring Panel M Server Room Equipment
      EBU3B Basement Lighting
      EBU3B Main Building Power Sub Station A
      EBU3B Main Building Power Sub Station B
      EBU3B Elevator Load
      Chilled Water Loop Flow
    • 7. On Site Renewable Generation and Storage for Reliability and Efficiency
    • 8. 8760 Optimization and Not Just During Demand Response Events
    • 9. On Site Renewable Energy On-Peak Charging Electric Vehicles with Vehicle-to-Grid Ancillary Services

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