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The cedar pine forest lining the shores of Lake Nipigon in Ontario, home of the Whitesand First Nation. Source: Gus Garcia /

Canada Invests $35 Million in First Nation Biomass CHP Project

March 8, 2023
The funds will be used to develop a biomass CHP facility that will be connected to an existing microgrid.

Exploring the Potential of Community Microgrids Through Three Innovative Case Studies

April 8, 2024
Community microgrids represent a burgeoning solution to meet the energy needs of localized areas and regions. These microgrids are clusters of interconnected energy resources,...

Connecticut calls on utilities to evaluate non-wires alternatives

July 22, 2022
Connecticut has proposed a series of measures to ensure utilities consider non-wires alternatives, among them incentives, competitive bids from third parties, and a way to evaluate...
With recent code changes, other generation sources can also be incorporated in the normal source capacity of a hospital’s essential electrical system. (Photo credit: Syda Productions/

District of Columbia seeks microgrid developer for medical and communications facilities

July 5, 2022
The District of Columbia is seeking a developer, owner and operator for a 4-MW microgrid that will serve critical facilities in a mixed-use development known as the St. Elizabeths...
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Energy self-sufficiency in residential and mixed-use developments

June 7, 2022
Jonathan Abaee, senior sales manager, gas power solutions, North America for the Power Systems division of Rolls-Royce, explores how the energy self-sufficiency supplied by residential...
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India becomes latest to test green hydrogen microgrids

Dec. 16, 2021
The green hydrogen microgrid — powered with a form of hydrogen produced using renewable energy — is still a nascent technology, but pilot tests are emerging with the most recent...
Tor Anderson, Power Engineers

What’s Driving the Increasing Use of Microgrids in Manufacturing?

Aug. 9, 2021
Power outages, sustainability efforts and other factors are driving development of microgrids for manufacturing companies, as Tor Anderson, of Power Engineers explains in the ...
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Sustainability as a Driver for Microgrids: It’s Real

April 16, 2020
The term sustainability evokes an “eye roll” in some quarters and accusations of greenwashing. But a new report by Lux Research says that’s changing. Here’s why the news is important...
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Which Power Systems Boost City Resilience — and for How Long?

Feb. 14, 2020
Which power systems boost city resilience during power outages — and for how long? How do microgrids, solar plus storage and diesel fare? And which cities do best on energy efficiency...