Energy Management Systems to Reduce Electrical Energy Consumption - Analysis
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This project investigates the use of a power electronics based energy management system to reduce electrical energy consumption on Navy facilities. This goal is accomplished by peak power shaving, power factor compensation and interface with batteries. Harvesting renewable energy, especially solar power, was also investigated. Modeling, simulations and analysis were used in this investigation. The results of this project will be used in the classroom to support a new energy course in the NPS Electrical Engineering curriculum.
Associate Professor Giovanna Oriti
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