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Streamlining grid interconnection to keep microgrid projects on track
June 14, 2022
Joe Williams, distributed energy resources product manager at Eaton, explains why interconnection is a top barrier to activating a microgrid.
The Microgrid Perspective
ICT Visionary Q&A with Allen Griser, Chief Commercial Officer at Clearfield
Dec. 1, 2023
ICT Visionary Q&A with Allen Griser, Chief Commercial Officer, Clearfield
The grid is not prepared for the 21st century
Jan. 10, 2022
A series of climate disasters has disrupted the electric grid over the last decade, highlighting the vulnerability and brittleness of the system. Learn about Think Microgrid’s...
California Regulators to Tackle Payment for DERs Acting as Non-Wires Alternatives
Feb. 9, 2021
California regulators this week will take up a plan to pay distributed energy resources (DERs) used by utilities as non-wires alternatives.
Direct Current Microgrids to Power Europe’s Green Ambitions
Sept. 17, 2020
A new European project, TIGON, will develop technology and demonstrate how direct current (DC) microgrids can help the European Union’s (EU) electricity grids become greener, ...
Texas Customers Could Save $5.47 Billion with DERs, but Regulations Must Change
Nov. 20, 2019
Texas consumers could save $5.47 billion over ten years with distributed energy resources (DERs), but several necessary rule changes are hobbling along.
The Quick-Thinking, Self-Driving Energy Grid of the Future
Aug. 26, 2019
Get ready for an electric grid that requires almost no human intervention.
Open Networks: Laying the Foundation for the UK’s Future Electricity Grid
Aug. 14, 2018
Yasmin Ali, a London-based writer for Microgrid Knowledge, offers insight into the ongoing restructuring of the UK grid, as distributed energy increasingly gives consumers an ...
Shouldn’t We Have More DC Microgrids?
May 29, 2018
DC microgrids offer a lot of advantages in today’s increasingly digitally networked, electrified world — yet they face challenges gaining acceptance on the US grid where AC dominates...
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