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New AC/DC Hybrid Microgrid to be Built in Singapore

Nov. 21, 2023
The microgrid, which will integrate a variety of on-site and remote renewable energy resources, will be built at the National University of Singapore.

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,...
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Fit for the Future: Hamburg’s Hydrogen Fueled Combined Heat and Power Plant

Dec. 16, 2019
A pilot program in Hamburg, Germany will demonstrate readiness for a green gas grid by running grid-connected gas fired CHP with increasing levels of hydrogen. The project will...
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A $100 Million Microgrid Proposed for Downtown Cleveland

Oct. 25, 2018
Three Cleveland, Ohio institutions laid out plans this week for an ambitious $100 million microgrid that would offer premium electricity services for businesses, public institutions...
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Enwave Wins Bid for South Australia District Energy System

July 31, 2018
Enwave has won a bid to install a district energy system that incorporates one of Australia’s largest rooftop solar arrays for the Tonsley Innovation District in Adelaide.
Denver Mayor Michael Hitchcock says the NWC seeks to pioneer innovative sustainability strategies

Denver Seeks Energy Developers for Microgrid at Planned $1B National Western Center

May 4, 2018
Denver continues to forge ahead with sustainable energy projects, this time with release of a solicitation seeking microgrid developers for the $1 billion National Western Center...

Engie and Axium Acquire Microgrid and District Energy System in Boston

April 4, 2018
Engie North America and Axium Infrastructure have completed the acquisition of a microgrid and district energy system serving six Harvard-affiliated medical institutions in Massachusett...
BOND Brothers’ Tim Peer explains how microgrids, distributed energy and combined heat and power (CHP) can lead to operating costs and increase resiliency.

The Potential of Microgrids and CHP to Cut Operating Costs, Boost Resiliency

Dec. 4, 2017
In this video interview from Microgrid 2017 in Boston, Tim Peer, vice president, district energy, at BOND Brothers, explains how microgrids, distributed energy and combined heat...

“Pax et Lux” – Tufts Lives Up to Its Motto as New Microgrid, Central Energy Plant Nears Completion

Sept. 25, 2017
As the Tufts microgrid nears completion, it offers another example of Massachusetts’ emergence as a hub and magnet for microgrid development and deployment.