Solar energy has the ability to provide immense benefit to society and the grid, reducing the use of fossil fuels that drive climate change. But solar’s full potential isn’t being fully realized and, in some cases, is even thwarted.
What’s the problem?
Solar alone isn’t always controllable or predictable. It lacks the newest technologies that provide protection against outages. With the right design and technologies, however, solar can deliver bigger benefits to solar installers, their customers, the environment and the electric grid. That’s all possible by creating a single building microgrid, known as a nanogrid when we put them in homes.
Unfortunately, many solar installers and their customers are unaware that solar nanogrids are now accessible and affordable. To help boost awareness and understanding of solar nanogrids, Microgrid Knowledge has prepared this six-part special report, made available for free download, courtesy of Instant ON.