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How RNG and big energy consumers are changing the microgrid proposition
Nov. 14, 2022
In a far-ranging interview, Enchanted Rock Founder and CEO Thomas McAndrew explains why the industry no longer needs to push microgrids so much. The market is pulling.
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Designing Microgrids: Evaluating Parameters for Reliable, Cost-Effective and Optimized Power Solutions
Dec. 7, 2023
Shawn Dalke electrical engineer at Mesa Solutions discusses load profiles and power sources for microgrids.
California state budget goes all in to fund energy resilience; expected to lower microgrid costs
Oct. 21, 2022
A range of programs approved in the California state budget boost microgrid funding to increase energy resilience.
Microgrid Talk: What’s next in microgrid innovation?
Oct. 5, 2022
If the Silicon Valley adage ‘innovate or die’ is true, microgrids appear poised for long life. Three microgrid experts tell us what’s next and what’s needed.
Resources for policymakers researching microgrids
Sept. 15, 2022
Are you a policymaker, community leader or advocate trying to learn more about microgrids? Microgrid Knowledge has prepared this resource page to help you find answers.
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Military microgrids to the rescue in California and New Mexico
Aug. 29, 2022
Two military microgrid projects were in the news last week, one an established San Diego operation that again came to the aid of the grid and the second a new microgrid planned...
How do you make EVs cool everywhere in the US?
Aug. 24, 2022
A new Arthur D. Little report ranks the US as only second tier for EVs globally. What will it take to change that?
A nuclear microgrid? National lab sets out to test the idea
May 2, 2022
Microgrids use many kinds of energy, typically renewables, natural gas, diesel, fuel cells, batteries or combined heat and power. But we’ve yet to see a nuclear microgrid. Now...
New York City energy veterans defend the home turf with microgrids
April 25, 2022
A team of New York City residents who work in energy plan to build dozens of microgrids in the city to protect the home turf against climate disaster.
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