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F.E. Warren Air Force Base

Client:

U.S. Air Force

Project Type:

Engineering & Design

Location:

Cheyenne, Wyoming

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About the Project

Air base connects geothermal, wind energy, battery storage to smart microgrid

As part of a joint venture, Stanley Consultants prepared planning documents for a 3.5-MW geothermal-powered microgrid that integrates with other new and existing power sources, all inter-connected to the utility power grid. This project will construct a microgrid that connects a geothermal plant, 8 MW battery storage system and existing wind turbines.

This innovative project will provide redundancy in the electrical distribution system and black start ability to switch between grid power, on-base resilient power or generators at critical facilities. Upgrades to the existing seven base distribution system circuits will entail switchgear replacement, a redundant line for circuit interconnection and one line to be upsized. Stanley Consultants also performed controls design, requirements development and specifications, cyber security, life-cycle cost analysis and high-performance sustainable building checks.

Solutions

Asset Management

Asset management is built into everything Stanley Consultants does when planning, modeling, designing and evaluating public and private infrastructure projects.

Engineering & Design

Engineering and design services at Stanley Consultants combine our robust technical skills with forward-thinking innovation to deliver the highest-quality results.

Strategic Planning & Consulting

At Stanley Consultants, we understand that planning and consulting include every aspect of engineering. We use the best tools available to create designs and master plans built for longevity, resiliency, and sustainability.

By The Numbers

3.5

MW geothermal

8

MW battery storage

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