Microgrid Knowledge Seeks Input for its 2017 Survey

Sept. 5, 2017
Who’s building microgrids, where and why? Please share your insights by taking the Microgrid Knowledge 2017 Survey. Participate and we’ll send you results!

Who’s building microgrids, where and why? Please share your insights by taking the Microgrid Knowledge 2017 Survey, now live here.

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It will take just 10 minutes (or less) to answer the questions. And in return we’ll be sure you are among the first to receive the results. Just leave your email (optional) at the end of the survey, and we’ll send you the research.

The microgrid industry has evolved rapidly in the last year. New players have entered, more projects are underway, new legislation and policy is on the table. Give us your perspective on the changes; what’s working and what’s not.

Here’s a chance for your voice to be heard. So please take a few minutes now to contribute to this important annual pulse-of-the-industry survey.

We also welcome you to take look at the results of last year’s survey and this article about which companies our survey respondents named as the most recognizable microgrid brands of 2016.

Thanks!

The Microgrid Knowledge Team

Go to the Microgrid Knowledge 2017 Survey.

About the Author

Elisa Wood | Editor-in-Chief

Elisa Wood is an award-winning writer and editor who specializes in the energy industry. She is chief editor and co-founder of Microgrid Knowledge and serves as co-host of the publication’s popular conference series. She also co-founded RealEnergyWriters.com, where she continues to lead a team of energy writers who produce content for energy companies and advocacy organizations.

She has been writing about energy for more than two decades and is published widely. Her work can be found in prominent energy business journals as well as mainstream publications. She has been quoted by NPR, the Wall Street Journal and other notable media outlets.

“For an especially readable voice in the industry, the most consistent interpreter across these years has been the energy journalist Elisa Wood, whose Microgrid Knowledge (and conference) has aggregated more stories better than any other feed of its time,” wrote Malcolm McCullough, in the book, Downtime on the Microgrid, published by MIT Press in 2020.

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