Energy Resiliency for DoD Domestic Installations
Van Broekhoven, Scott
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Mr. Scott Van Broekhoven, Group Leader of the Energy Systems Group, MIT Lincoln LaboratoryThe Department of Defense (DoD) increasingly supports critical time-sensitive national security capabilities from its domestic installations. For a majority of these installations, the primary power source to their critical missions is the domestic electric grid. It is therefore imperative that the critical facilities on these installations are resilient to power outages on the bulk power system. Current backup power solutions typically utilize individual diesel generators located at the building level or point of load, which leads to installations with hundreds of small to medium size diesel generators. This talk will present a methodology for assessing the cost and key performance attributes for alternative resilient power systems.
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