Microgrids and Energy Storage for Health Care Facilities
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2017
Time: 1 p.m. Central Time
Overview: Microgrids combine energy storage, generator sets, and controls into on-site power generation systems that provide electricity, heat, and cooling with unprecedented advantages for health care facilities. These advantages include extremely high reliability of electric service, nearly perfect power quality, sustainable LEED certifications, and ultimately lowest life-cycle owning and operating costs.
This webinar will provide an overview of microgrids, major microgrid components, and considerations for health care facilities when evaluating microgrids. Attendees will also learn how integrating solar power and energy storage, with traditional standby generator sets, can provide savings, reliability, and sustainable solutions to health care facilities.
- Understand factors to consider when evaluating microgrid systems
- Identify major elements of a microgrid system suitable for health care facilities
- State three categories of benefits of a microgrid system for health care facilities
Speaker: Chad Dozier
Chad Dozier holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University. Prior to joining Caterpillar, Chad worked as an electrical control panel design engineer. Since joining Caterpillar in 1999, he has held various positions within Electric Power including application engineering, 3500 generator set engineering, NPI project manager, 6 Sigma black belt, Integrated systems / controls engineering, and Marketing Consultant for generator set products from 600 kW through 7000 kW. Chad is currently a Technical Marketing Consultant working on Cat Microgrid products.
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This webinar is free and members-only.
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