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Microgrid


A Brave New World of Reliability: ELCC, EIMs, and DERs

Market forces and government policy are driving clean energy deployment across the U.S. at a level that could impact reliability if not carefully implemented. State regulators, independent system operators (ISOs),…



Communities Benefit from Microgrid Milestones

A remote area in Australia recently recorded an important power generation achievement, as the region received all its electricity from solar power and battery energy storage. The town of Onslow,…


‘Smart Microgrid Community’ Takes Shape in Canada

Many areas across the globe are looking at providing non-traditional power to residential neighborhoods, part of a push to make a community's electricity supply more reliable and resilient. A development…


Why Microgrids Are the Key to Our Carbon-Neutral Future

As we continue to work toward a more sustainable future globally, demand for renewable energy integration is increasing. This requires more flexibility in grid infrastructure and the ability to add…


How Commercial and Industrial Facilities Benefit from On-Site Power

Commercial and industrial companies can reap many rewards by taking a more hands-on approach in sourcing power. Incorporating solar, wind, and other forms of on-site generation—including combined heat and power…


Greenhouses and Microgrids Should Grow Together

As consumer preferences continue to shift toward purchasing locally sourced and organic produce, demand is growing for commercial greenhouses, or controlled environment agriculture (CEA), as the industry is labeled. This…