Superstorm Sandy couldn’t stop microturbine CHP power

Superstorm Sandy 2012

December 2016 – Superstorm Sandy, the costliest hurricane in U.S. history, caused an estimated $20 billion in business losses. After the storm, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) contacted 24 sites with combined heat and power CHP systems, including several with Capstone microturbines. All 24 sites operated continuously during the grid outage. Read why… SUPERSTORM SANDY CAN’T STOP COMBINED HEAT & POWER