Stories are emerging about microgrids and distributed energy systems keeping critical services up and running despite Hurricane Harvey’s best efforts to do them in.
New York has unveiled a groundbreaking project that brings microgrid technology – rooftop solar + fuel cell + lithium battery – to the city’s affordable housing stock.
The success of two unusual US microgrid projects is good news, but it’s still not clear whether microgrids have leapt ‘the chasm’ – a pivotal step in a disruptive technology’s market evolution.
Resorts that use solar plus storage are on the rise, as remote vacation spots try to attract green leaning patrons and guarantee their comfort.
Turns out making microgrid economics work is increasingly possible. It’s a matter of ‘stacking value.’
Siemens throws its weight behind the New York based blockchain microgrid start-up that has just set up office in Australia.
Hurricane Matthew made a blunt case for microgrids last week as it toppled thousands of electric poles and wires across four American states.