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You’re trusted to power the places people study and to do it cost-effectively. Selecting a distributed generation system to provide power to a school, college or university on a permanent or temporary basis can be a tough decision to make. Foley Power Solutions is here to help.
We even offer exhaust emissions for highly regulated emission environments, and utility grade Cat® paralleling switchgear so you can sell excess electricity to your local grid. Run uninterrupted power and reduce operating expenses with a Cat combined heat and power (CHP) system to simultaneously provide electricity for electrical loads and recover heat to warm facilities.
Our generators offer world-class fuel efficiency and low life-cycle costs. Caterpillar is providing power to meet your demands and to help you cut costs with cogeneration technology so you can focus on your institution.
Cat Gas Generator Supplies Backup Power at Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
A Cat® G3412 gas generator set ensures that the power is always on at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine campus in Auburn, Alabama.
Combined Heat and Power: University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center
University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center. The medical center added a G3516H as its prime source of power.
St. Luke Foundation Brings Reliable Power to Region in Need
St. Luke Foundation in Haiti, received a 3500 generator to help support their work on the island in education and healthcare.
When Brock unveiled the new home of its Environmental Research Sustainability Center in a restored 19th-century farm cottage last year, it furthered efforts to produce worldclass research while educating students…See Project
The district has a combined total of 3,600 students from pre-kindergarten to 12th Grade, and includes four elementary schools, a middle school and a high school. The high school has…See Project
VIA CHP, DISTRIBUTED GENERATION, AND STANDBY POWER
Many schools, colleges, and universities can reduce operating costs by implementing a Cat® combined heat and power (CHP) system (also known as cogeneration) using clean pipeline natural gas as a fuel source. Cat gas generator sets can simultaneously provide power for electrical loads and heat energy for a facility's thermal requirements. Benefits from CHP projects include:
This is especially true when any of the following apply:
Any Cat natural gas fueled engine can be configured for applications involving heat recovery. The engine drives a Cat generator to produce electricity, while jacket water and/or exhaust cooling circuits are fed through heat exchangers to transfer the waste heat from the engine to a hot water or steam circuit. That hot water or steam can then be effectively used for the facility's process or HVAC requirements, including facility cooling when implementing an absorption or adsorption chiller (known also as trigeneration).
Caterpillar provides customized CHP packages, including the required mechanical equipment and controls to capture and transfer the engine thermal energy to your facility. Caterpillar also offers:
When power is produced locally without heat recovery from the engine, Caterpillar provides radiators to provide proper cooling to the engine jacket water, engine oil, and aftercooler water circuits. Cat paralleling switchgear allows generators to operate with one another or in conjunction with a local utility power source.
Although diesel fueled emergency power systems will always be the solution of choice for life safety emergency standby systems, there has been an increasing move toward natural gas fueled standby power systems in recent years. Typically installed with an automatic transfer switch (ATS) or paralleling switchgear control for multiple generators, these systems sense when a utility outage occurs and automatically start the backup power system and transfer power to the emergency source. When normal grid power returns, the control system automatically switches back and shuts down the emergency generator.