Los Angeles-based Kilroy Realty Corp. plans to install Hybrid Electric Building Technologies at five SoCal properties. The fleet will be part of a 200 megawatt hour grid modernization project Advanced Microgrid Solutions is building for Southern California Edison (SCE).
Kilroy buildings in El Segundo, Long Beach and Irvine, selected for the project, will be equipped with advanced energy management systems that improve energy efficiency and reduce peak demand. In addition, the storage systems will provide 11 megawatt hours of fast, automated demand response to SCE, with no impact on building operations or tenants, augmenting Kilroy’s current award-winning demand response program.
Kilroy’s Sara Neff says, “Equipping our buildings with the most advanced energy management systems allows us to be part of the solution to today’s biggest energy challenges, while maintaining world-class services to our tenants and guests.”
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