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Department of Homeland Security

Emergency Generators requirements for new locations (redesign)

All of CBP new locations require emergency generators. These generators cost $40,000 - $350,000 depending on the size of KW. Instead of installing these generators at most federal facilities, the government can look at requiring the power distribution unit or panel with a switch to be installed in the building. In case of a power outage an emergency generator can be leased and delivered at the site and plugged into... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

Turbine system in boilers and attics to create electricity

Some VA centers use a boiler system to heat the facility and heat water. One way to generate its own elecricty would be to install generators or turbines in the boiler stacks. This would generate electricity 24 hr a day. Since heat rises simply install the turbine or fan blades in the boiler stacks and as the heat rises it will turn the blades generating electricity. Another idea would be to install small turbine generators... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Community Based Emergency Centers - Rail-Safe Harbor

Rapid Respose from FEMA.
Local Employment Construction Opportunity.
Base-sites in communities (e.g. Inexpensive warehouse design, eg. Walgreens size) that are multi-use and spread across the National Rail system to house, treat and/or evacuate populace on a temporary short term basis for a few days before, during or after a disaster event. FEMA heavy resources respond to each location within 6 hours via freight rail utilizing... more »

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