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June 10, 2014
10:06 EDTHONHoneywell awarded $3.4M project
Honeywell announced a $3.4M project to help improve energy security and surety at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The company will build a microgrid that uses advance controls to network new and existing backup generators on the U.S. Army post. The electricity these assets produce will then be available across multiple buildings, helping maintain power for vital operations. The Department of Defense will finance the project through its Environmental Security Technology Certification Program, which identifies and demonstrates innovative, cost-effective technologies that address the department's energy and environmental requirements. Along with the microgrid grant, DOD selected Honeywell for a second ESTCP-funded project, work that help trim expenses tied to the post's central heating and cooling plant. Honeywell is also helping optimize Fort Bragg's central plant to reduce energy use. Under the second ESTCP grant, Central Plant Optimization for Waste Energy Reduction engineers will integrate predictive technology designed to cut consumption and costs by controlling the generation and distribution of cooling and heating energy and storage. Construction for both projects is expected to be complete in early 2015.
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