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ENERGY SECURITY MICROGRID

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Technical Support Specialist Noblis, Inc

Dr. Unger provides technical support to the Department of Defense’s Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program and Environmental Security Technology Certification Program...

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ESTCP along with IPERC are developing and deploying an installation cyber-secure microgrid that includes reduction of cost and productivity impacts during outages; maintenance of power to critical assets, and an increase in energy resiliency and surety. The Fort Belvoir microgrid will provide a technical design that can be implemented at a large number of military installations, utilizing as many existing assets as possible to illustrate the rapid, low-cost, low intrusion ease with which a cyber-secure microgrid can be established at any location.

https://go.usa.gov/xfPKU

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Bob Meinetz on Sep 3, 2020

Marvin, what is powering the microgrid?

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Marvin Unger on Sep 4, 2020

Hi Bob: this technology is being powered by within existing grid system at Fort Belvoir. Check out the above url site which provides additional demonstration details. . . as well as the contact info of the Principal Investigator.

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