Montefiore Medical Center

Oct. 28, 2014
New York’s Montefiore Medical Center was one of the heroes of SuperStorm Sandy, thanks to its Solar Turbines’ combined heat and power system. The power stayed on at Montefiore as the lights went out around it. Montefiore was able to serve not only its own patients, but also took-in newborns from another facility where back-up […]

New York’s Montefiore Medical Center was one of the heroes of SuperStorm Sandy, thanks to its Solar Turbines’ combined heat and power system. The power stayed on at Montefiore as the lights went out around it. Montefiore was able to serve not only its own patients, but also took-in newborns from another facility where back-up generators failed.

For more details about the hospital’s CHP system, please read the Solar Turbines case study here.

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Elisa Wood is the editor and founder of EnergyChangemakers.com. She is co-founder and former editor of Microgrid Knowledge.

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