This project installed and commissioned a new microgrid on a college campus to improve energy resiliency and to reduce the campus' energy expenditures.

Project Quick Facts

  • Microgrid provides estimated $35k to $45k energy savings per month
  • Operations are dynamic with a real-time automation controller (RTAC)
  • Microturbine is powered through a local oil and gas partnership that reduces emissions from flaring
  • Tesla Battery Energy Storage System funded through the Southern California Edison (SCE) public utility Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP)

Project Phases

  • Phase 1: Install and commission new microgrid and go off-grid
  • Phase 2: Install RTAC and optimize operations; add solar
  • Phase 3: Optimize demand in campus building and apply AI algorithms with a predictive operating envelope
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Aerial shot of a microgrid with a microturbine, battery storage system, transformers, switches, and panels