New data from Wood Mackenzie reveals residential microgrids as the new growth engine for the sector and finds utilities getting in on the game.
AlphaStruxure unveils plans for 11.34MW microgrid – actually four microgrids rolled into one — at New York’s JFK International Airport.
New Use Energy and a group of nonprofits are working with medical professionals and others to keep the lights on as Russia makes Ukraine’s grid a war target.
A US residential solar company is seeking regulatory approval in California to act as a utility that owns and operates community microgrids.
US start-up sells a “modern electric system,” where “ridiculously outdated” networks are replaced by microgrids with solar, storage, backup and controls.
Microsoft contracts Enchanted Rock to develop a data center microgrid – the largest in California to date that will use “renewable natural gas” to offset fossil fuels.
New microgrid operating near Tampa lives up to “unique” billing because of the technology it uses, the customers it serves, and the cost recovery structure it employs.
Russia’s actions underscore the value of microgrids – energy under control of local community, government, business or even household. Not from a distant source that can be cut off.
Car dealerships need to upgrade their electrical infrastructure – and fast – given more than half their sales will be coming from electric vehicles before the decade is out.
One of the smallest towns in Puerto Rico, accustomed to daily power outages, competed against 12 municipalities for a solar plus storage microgrid – and won.