Coal to Natural Gas Conversion: Titus Energy helped the State of Wisconsin convert its coal plants serving the UW-Madison and the Capitol Complex to natural gas. Both projects required integrated technical and financial modeling to select the most cost-effective solutions to meet complex long-term needs.
Solar and Biogas: Titus Energy helped the Forest County Potawatomi Community evaluate all renewable energy options at multiple tribe-owned sites. This included winning several sources of external funding, including a $2.6 million competitively bid DOE grant. The final solution involved the construction of a PV solar array on the Tribe’s office building and the construction of a $20 million anaerobic digester project capable of converting the Milwaukee region’s food processing waste into 2 MW of electricity and waste heat that is delivered to the Tribe’s nearby facilities. Titus Energy led the conceptual design, financial modeling. During design review, Titus Energy was able to eliminate $2 million in capital costs and $1 million in annual operating costs.
Thermal Energy: Titus Energy is helping the Milwaukee Regional Medical Campus purchase and redevelop the central system serving their campus. This system must provide steam and chilled water without interruption to support critical healthcare facilities. Titus Energy provided risk analysis, design review, financial modeling, steam and chilled water rate development and other expertise to help maximize the client's ROE. With our advice and analysis our client estimates finance savings exceeding $70 million, capital savings exceeding $30 million and several million annually in operating cost savings.
Biogas: In addition to providing high-level guidance for the development of a large anaerobic digester and a new organic waste disposal business, Titus Energy has researched the use of biogas nationwide for electrical generation, thermal heating and transportation and can guide clients to the most cost-advantageous option.
Wind Energy: Titus Energy has provided numerous feasibility studies, including renewable energy supply options for a Fortune 500 manufacturing plant that resulted in their investment in a wind farm.
Biomass Cogeneration: Biomass generation is difficult to justify with today's natural gas costs. After performing a thorough analysis, we recommended that a client reject a biomass cogeneration project at its large processing plant in Michigan without certain modifications. Our client was able to make a well-considered decision as a result of our recommendation.
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