On June 14, 2018, Boston Advanced Energy held its stakeholder breakfast at Holland & Knight. The event brought AEG’s stakeholder members together to discuss the topics of Smart Buildings and Grid Modernization.
In this podcast episode, ENGIE Project Director Joe Dalton talks about ENGIE’s recently acquired Medical Area Total Energy Plant (MATEP LLC/Longwood Medical) and how he manages a microgrid energy system for multiple healthcare facilities within Boston. His insights on critical energy redundancy for these health and research facilities are tied to a decarbonized, decentralized, and digitalized ENGIE strategy. Mr. Dalton also shares how these operations are just one driver in the region’s growing innovation economy and how collaboration and customer engagement is essential in the development of smart grids and building retrofitting. He ends with the possibility of replicating the effect of the “3D” strategy.
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