Carlos Gamarra, HARC Research Associate, to present at Microgrid 2.0 Conference in Baltimore, MD – October 30, 2018
Carlos Gamarra, Research Associate with HARC and Assistant Director for the Southcentral and Upperwest DOE Combined Heat and Power Technical Assistance Program (CHP-TAP), will be presenting Tuesday October 30th on Profitability Thresholds of Resilient CHP-Based Microgrids and How to Exceed Them. Different resilience-oriented design strategies for microgrids will be presented and applied to two different CHP-based microgrids. Cost of different resilience levels and factors influencing profitability thresholds will be analyzed.
IDEA and the Microgrid Resources Coalition (MRC) are organizing the Microgrid 2.0 Conference in Baltimore, MD, October 29-31. This industry-led conference features a robust program with special keynote address by FERC Commissioner Cheryl A. LaFleur, a bustling exhibit hall showcasing the latest technologies and solutions, and technical tours of newly-opened Maryland microgrid facilities.