Energy-Efficient Healthcare Expansion and Renovation
Today’s threats to utility infrastructure include inclement weather, aging systems, volatile fuel prices and even cyber warfare. Not only do Distributed Energy Systems, such as microgrids, help increase facility resilience, they can improve energy independence and enable greater adoption of renewable energy systems.
A microgrid is a building or campus electric distribution infrastructure with local generation sources which can be disconnected from the utility grid. Microgrid generation sources can include solar, wind, energy storage and even Combined Heat & Power (CHP). In the years to come, microgrids will transform the electric grid, as they are managed from the bottom-up instead of the more traditional top-down approach.
CMTA has the tools and expertise to help transition your projects away from fossil fuels, while simultaneously increasing efficiency, enhancing redundancy and lowering operating costs.