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Concord Engineering is a full-service engineering, energy procurement, construction management and commissioning firm. Concord employs over 100 engineers and technicians and construction managers. We have established ourselves as a “Virtual” Microgrid Service Provider providing energy expertise to anyone working toward a resilient and sustainable electric grid.

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Design for Purpose Microgrids – Water and Wastewater

Nov. 3, 2023
Michael Boswell, vice president, power & infrastructure at Concord Engineering discusses microgrid designs for water and wastewater.
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Distributed Generation and Microgrids for High Density EV Charging Networks

Feb. 27, 2023
Michael Boswell, vice president, power & infrastructure at Concord Engineering discusses high density EV charging networks
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Large Area Microgrid Planning – Lots of Moving Parts

Dec. 2, 2022
A large area microgrid is a complex engineering, planning and construction undertaking. A large area microgrid typically may be a military facility or higher education campus,...
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Jeffrey Schlegelmilch, Director for the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia Climate School, Columbia University and author of Rethinking Readiness: A Brief Guide to Twenty-First-Century Megadisasters, delivers the keynote at Microgrid 2022. Photo: Doug Sanford, Microgrid Knowledge

Now available! View Microgrid 2022 on demand

Aug. 8, 2022
If you couldn’t attend Microgrid 2022 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this past June, good news. We captured every session on video and it’s now available for you to view on demand...

Concord Engineering executive: Industrial microgrid market booming

July 5, 2022
Michael Fischette, CEO of Concord Engineering, discusses the future of microgrids, including the growing adoption of the technology for industry.

Choosing the Right Resources for Your Microgrid

July 6, 2021
During Microgrid 2021, Microgrid Knowledge asked several industry experts what you should consider in choosing the right resources for your microgrid. Here’s their advice.
Michael Boswell, vice president, distributed generation, Concord Engineering

Microgrids – Integral to Meeting Climate and ESG Goals

June 4, 2021
A microgrid can incorporate any and all distributed energy resources that are viable for the application: PV solar, wind, renewable natural gas, biogas or green hydrogen.
Michael Boswell, VP, distributed generation, Concord Engineering

Developing a Greener Resilient Microgrid: Not Impossible, but Difficult

Jan. 26, 2021
The industry is trying to create a greener resilient microgrid, but it’s not easy, as Concord Engineering’s Michael Boswell explains.

Microgrid Leaders Issue Call to Action: Time to Level the Playing Field

Nov. 25, 2020
Opportunities abound for microgrids in the US. But development lags frustrate microgrid adoption. As a result, too many businesses and communities continue to struggle — unnecessarily...

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Norfolk Naval Base CHP

May 10, 2021
Download this case study to learn more about Concord Engineering project with Norfolk Naval Base.

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Key Players Shed Light on Why the Microgrid Market is Growing

Nov. 12, 2020
Natural disasters, the pandemic, new business models and state policies drive the microgrid market forward, while regulatory hurdles hold it back, say industry players who will...
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Novel Waste-to-Energy Microgrid Aims to Provide Resilience in Camden, New Jersey

June 16, 2020
The partners proposing a waste-to-energy microgrid for Camden, New Jersey aim to provide resilience to a water processing facility, the city and county and local businesses.
Joe Sullivan, vice president energy policy and development, Concord Engineering

Why We Need Renewable Natural Gas

May 1, 2020
Joseph Sullivan, Concord Engineering’s vice president of energy policy and development, explores the importance of renewable natural gas in today’s energy markets, as well as ...
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ERCOT Warns of Tight Summer Conditions in Texas. Microgrid Opportunity?

March 10, 2020
While California is today’s hub of microgrid activity, the Texas market bears watching. Its grid operator warns that this summer could bring record electricity use.
Michael Boswell, VP, distributed generation, Concord Engineering

Using the Value of Resiliency to Support Financing a Multi-DER Microgrid

Feb. 27, 2020
Concord Engineering VP Michael Boswell explores the potential of the multi-DER microgrid and the financing options making this strategy a viable option for today’s energy needs...

Why Does a Microgrid Cost What it Costs?

Feb. 17, 2020
Microgrid Knowledge asked industry thought leaders to weigh in on the question: What does a microgrid cost? In this entry, Erik Svanholm, vice president, non-wires alternatives...
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Are Microgrids Expensive?

Jan. 7, 2020
Asking ‘Are microgrids expensive?’ is a bit like asking what rocks cost. Are we talking about diamonds or driveway gravel? The discussion tends to be a long one. There is no elevator...
Michael Fischette, CEO of Concord Engineering

Concord Engineering CEO Says Future Microgrid Market Depends on “Four Headed Dragon”

June 6, 2019
Michael Fischette, CEO of Concord Engineering, explains why codes and standards are required to move the microgrid market forward. More specifically, the industry needs to tackle...