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Texas A&M Selects Provider For Microgrid, Back-Up Power

October 04,2017

The Texas A&M University System has entered a long-term agreement with Houston-based Enchanted Rock, Ltd. (ERock) to provide ERock's On Demand Electric Reliability service for the Texas A&M System RELLIS Campus in Bryan, TX.

If RELLIS experiences a power outage, ERock's natural gas resiliency microgrid will provide full electrical reliability for the RELLIS Campus, ensuring critical service is available to the facility at all times, ERock said

The Bryan-College Station Eagle reports that Enchanted Rock will pay for almost all of the approximately $8 million cost of constructing and installing the system, with the A&M System paying $480,000.

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