Tuesday, June 12, 2018, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET
Attendees qualify for a Certificate of Completion
How do you design a dependable generator system in an evolving world? This presentation will discuss how diesel fuel has changed over time, the impacts of renewable fuels, and how to achieve long-term system reliability and sustainability in the power generation market.
Electrical engineers must understand how to design a generator system for onsite, standby, and emergency power in a variety of different commercial building types. Selecting generator set (genset) fuel is a key component of this specification process.
Key lessons that the audience will take away:
1. Current state of diesel as a fuel in generators
2. Basics of renewable fuels
3. How time impacts biodiesel reliability
4. Impact of fuel choices on system sustainability
5. Installation considerations from a fuel perspective.
Presenter: Brian Ponstein, Regional Sales Engineer, MTU Onsite Energy
Moderator: Emily Guenther, Consulting-Specifying Engineer and CFE Media, LLC
Sponsor: MTU Onsite Energy
- Current state of diesel as a fuel in generators
- Basics of renewable fuels
- How time impacts biodiesel reliability
- Impact of fuel choices on system sustainability
- Installation considerations from a fuel perspective.
Brian Ponstein, Regional Sales Engineer, MTU Onsite Energy