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Navy Region Southwest Renewable Energy and Distributed Generation Projects. Presented by: Dale Foster, CEM Tetra Tech. At: National Defense Industrial Association's 30 th Environmental and Energy Symposium San Diego, California April 5 – 8, 2004. Navy Region Southwest Bases.

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navy region southwest renewable energy and distributed generation projects

Navy Region Southwest Renewable Energy and Distributed Generation Projects

Presented by:

Dale Foster, CEM

Tetra Tech

At:

National Defense Industrial Association's

30th Environmental and Energy Symposium

San Diego, California

April 5 – 8, 2004

navy region southwest bases
Navy Region Southwest Bases
  • Naval Base San Diego
  • Naval Base Point Loma
  • Naval Base Coronado
  • Naval Air Facility El Centro
  • Naval Air Station Lemoore
  • Naval Base Ventura County
  • Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach (including

detachments at Fallbrook and Concord)

  • Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada
  • Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake
  • Naval Surface Warfare Center Corona Division
  • Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey
naval base coronado 750 kw photovoltaic system
Naval Base Coronado750 kW Photovoltaic System
  • Completed in Nov. 2002
  • 2nd largest PV system in Federal Government
  • Largest PV carport in world
  • Completed under ESPC
  • 1.2 Million kWh per year
  • 3 % peak load of NBC
  • 10 year payback (includes CA and OSD funding assistance)
  • DOE FEMP 2002 Showcase Energy Project
photovoltaic system at naval amphibious base
Photovoltaic System at Naval Amphibious Base
  • 30 kW system on roof of Commander Naval Surface Force, Pacific Headquarters
  • On-line June 2002
  • Completed as ESPC
  • Produces 50,000 kWh per year
photovoltaic system at naval base coronado
Photovoltaic System at Naval Base Coronado
  • NASNI B-678
  • Command Staff Building
  • Rated at 21.6 kW
  • On-line since 1999
  • No roof penetration
  • Generates 35,000 kWh/yr
  • Electric vehicle charging at B-678
photovoltaic system at naval base san diego
Photovoltaic System at Naval Base San Diego
  • Rated at 14.4 kW
  • Medical Clinic
  • On-line since 1999
  • Thin Film CdT technology
  • Potential for lower manufacturing cost
photovoltaic systems at naval base ventura county
Photovoltaic Systems at Naval Base Ventura County
  • Santa Cruz Island (West of Pt. Mugu)
  • On-line in 1999
  • Rated at 150 kW
  • Off-grid with battery backup
  • Two other PV systems at remote locations on Santa Cruz Island
photovoltaic system at naval auxiliary landing field san clemente island
Photovoltaic System at Naval Auxiliary Landing Field, San Clemente Island
  • Rated at 80 kW
  • On -line since 1997 at a remote Radar Electronics Warfare facility
  • Initially stand-alone with 2,500 kWh battery storage
  • Now connected to Island’s electrical grid
solar thermal system at naval base san diego
Solar Thermal System at Naval Base San Diego
  • Swimming pool heating at B-3279
  • 10,000 Square foot low- temperature roof-top solar collector system
  • Provides 2,400 MBTU per year = 60 % of load
  • Saves $17,000 per year
  • ESPC project (with other energy improvements)
energy and sustainable design showcase facility naval base ventura county
Energy and Sustainable Design Showcase Facility, Naval Base Ventura County
  • Building PH-850
  • Completed in 2000
  • Features day-lighting, non-VOC paint and furnishings, water saving landscaping and irrigation, solar thermal, solar electric with battery backup
wind turbines at naval auxiliary landing field san clemente island
Wind Turbines at Naval Auxiliary Landing Field, San Clemente Island
  • Three 225 KW turbines
  • On-line since 1998
  • Connected to Island grid
  • Provides approx. 10 % of San Clemente Island’s electrical load
  • Saves $100,000 per year
wave energy electrical generation
Wave Energy Electrical Generation
  • Navy is assessing feasibility at NALF San Clemente Island
  • Each buoy system rated at 50 kW
  • Grid connection
  • Initial development supported by Office of Naval Research
microturbines at naval amphibious base naval base coronado
Microturbines at Naval Amphibious Base, Naval Base Coronado
  • Two-60 kW turbines with 700,000 BTU per hour heat recovery
  • Used at central high-temperature boiler plant (B-299)
  • Burns natural gas with low emissions
  • Energy savings over $78,000 per year
fuel cells at navy region southwest
Fuel Cells at Navy Region Southwest
  • 200 kW units installed at Naval Base Ventura County and Naval Air Station Fallon, NV
  • Part of large DoD demo program started in 1997
  • Phosphoric Acid technology
  • Units rated at 200 kW
fuel cells at navy region southwest16
Fuel Cells at Navy Region Southwest
  • 9 units installed in 2003 at SUBASE Naval Base Point Loma, Naval Base Coronado, and Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake
  • Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) technology
  • Nominal rating of 2.5 kW per unit
  • Overall efficiency of 85 %
  • 2004 demonstration program has been funded
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For More Information

Please contact:

Dale Foster, CEM

Tetra Tech

1230 Columbia Street, Suite 1000

San Diego, CA 92101

PH: 619-525-7188

E-mail: dale.foster@ttemi.com