This webinar describes the analysis approach and lessons learned in addressing energy supply reliability and resiliency for the 2014 Super Bowl in New Jersey. The outage that caused a 30 minute delay of game on February 5, 2013 in New Orleans at the Superdome highlighted the vulnerability major facilities and their supplying utility face when hosting a major event. The potential impact on safety and the local economy is significant if the risk is not managed. This webinar provides specific guidance on what studies should be performed, what equipment and systems should be inspected, and what best practices should be implemented to manage the risk for major events.
Marquee Event Energy Supply Reliability and Resiliency (Webinar)
Posted: 29 Jan 2015
Authors:Erich Gunther, Chairman and CTO, EnerNex Corporation
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