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Wawona Cedar 4.8MW Microgrid Project

Fresno, CA

MMR completed the development, engineering, procurement, and construction of a 4.8MW cogeneration microgrid power plant for Wawona Frozen Foods at its Cedar manufacturing site in Fresno, CA. The project consisted of 3 x 1.6MW Caterpillar engines, a 1.25MW / 670kWh Battery Energy Storage System (BESS), a 125kW solar PV system, and an absorption chiller for augmentation of site cold storage. The project also incorporated the FlexGen HybridOS microgrid controller to regulate the various components. The project was completed in July 2020.

MMRPS owns and operates the microgrid plant while selling power and thermal energy to Wawona under a long-term Energy Services Agreement (ESA) contract.

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Wawona Alluvial 2.4MW Cogeneration Plant

Clovis, CA

MMR was responsible for the development, engineering, procurement and construction of a 2.4MW natural gas-fired cogeneration repower plant for Wawona Frozen Foods at its Alluvial manufacturing facility in Clovis, CA. The project repowered an existing 2.2MW reciprocating engine plant. MMR installed 2 x 1.2MW Caterpillar engines with a super-capacitor-based energy conditioner to reduce utility demand charges and provide low-pressure steam and hot water to increase overall efficiency. Additional scope of work included reconfiguring electrical infrastructure and installing a 21kV substation. The project was successfully completed in November 2015.

MMRPS owns and operates the cogeneration plant while selling power and thermal energy to Wawona under a long-term Energy Services Agreement (ESA) contract.

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CALAMCO 750kW Cogeneration Plant

Stockton, CA

MMR was responsible for the development, engineering, procurement and construction of a 750kW natural gas-fired cogeneration plant at the CALAMCO ammonia plant in Stockton, CA. The plant was constructed in two phases: Phase One installed a single 375kW Caterpillar engine to supply hot water to a storage tank used in the temperature control of stored ammonia. Phase One was completed in June 2012. Phase Two installed an additional 375kW Caterpillar engine to bring the total capacity to 750kW as well as additional hot water system modifications to increase efficiency. Phase Two was successfully completed in December 2019.

MMRPS owns and operates the cogeneration plant while selling power and thermal energy to CALAMCO under a long-term Energy Services Agreement (ESA) contract.

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