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Kirtland AFB Awards New DC Microgrid Contract
June 7, 2023
A first-of-its-kind Air Force system, the demonstration project reduces reliance on DC/AC inverters.
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Types of Microgrids
Dec. 4, 2023
No two microgrids are the same. Check out two types of microgrids with these real-life case studies.
How artificial intelligence can green the cryptocurrency industry
Oct. 19, 2022
A new white paper from Veritone examines how artificial intelligence can help green cryptocurrency — one of the dirtiest industries around.
Will microgrids keep young people from abandoning Puerto Rican towns?
Oct. 14, 2022
Young people are fleeing Puerto Rico towns because of persistent power outages. A new project proposes microgrids to keep the electricity flowing.
Campus microgrid awarded $750,000 MEA grant
Oct. 12, 2022
Frostburg State University and Optimize Renewables have been awarded a $750,000 Maryland Energy Administration grant to fund the construction of a resilient campus microgrid. ...
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Meeting net zero with hybrid hydroelectric plus BESS
Oct. 11, 2022
Matt Roberts, director – renewable projects at Emerson, explores how hybrid hydroelectric plants that include battery energy storage systems (BESS) can help the energy industry...
Emera and Sandia test DC power conversion to achieve grid of grids
Oct. 5, 2022
What will it take to create a grid of grids? Sandia National Laboratories and Emera Technologies take the next step at the Kirtland Air Force Base demonstration microgrid.
Why you should use AI to optimize your solar and storage system design
Sept. 27, 2022
Veritone outlines how artificial intelligence optimized a commercial-scale solar and storage system to help one business save money, go green and reduce uncertainty.
Building the case for the standardization of microgrid platforms for the DOD
Sept. 27, 2022
Xendee’s Michael Stadler and Zack Pecenak explore the benefits of rapid, repeatable modeling and design as demonstrated at three military installations.
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