POWER Engineers

Articles and news about POWER Engineers microgrid products and services.
Photo: Doug Sanford, Microgrid Knowledge
Jeffrey Schlegelmilch, Director for the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia Climate School, Columbia University and author of Rethinking Readiness: A Brief Guide to Twenty-First-Century Megadisasters, delivers the keynote at Microgrid 2022. Photo: Doug Sanford, Microgrid Knowledge

Now available! View Microgrid 2022 on demand

Aug. 8, 2022
If you couldn’t attend Microgrid 2022 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this past June, good news. We captured every session on video and it’s now available for you to view on demand...


Design for Purpose Microgrids – Water and Wastewater

Nov. 3, 2023
Michael Boswell, vice president, power & infrastructure at Concord Engineering discusses microgrid designs for water and wastewater.
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 ...

Power Engineers Sees EV, Large-Scale Fleet Charging as Growing Business Opportunity

Feb. 15, 2021
Erik Hale, power delivery manager, business unit director at Power Engineers, describes the potential in the EV and fleet charging market and how the energy industry is moving...

Low Inertia Microgrid Fault Stability and Protection Considerations

April 23, 2020
There are many factors considered in the design of a microgrid. This paper discusses protection topics that need to be considered when analyzing microgrid fault stability.
William Rambo, director of business development at POWER Engineers

Future of Microgrids is ‘Bright’ as Costs Decline & Options Increase

June 4, 2019
William Rambo, director of business development at POWER Engineers, offers his perspective on why the future of microgrids looks bright. Rambo describes his company’s work undertaking...
Greg Clark, senior project manager, POWER Engineers

Top Three Things to Consider When Planning a Microgrid

April 25, 2019
You’ve decided a microgrid may be a viable solution to meet your needs, and suddenly, there’s a litany of questions to answer. POWER Engineers’ Greg Clark, highlights three crucial...

Microgrid Market Growing, But Education about Benefits Needed

May 4, 2018
The microgrid market is growing — at different paces in different segments — but the industry needs to educate others about its benefits, according to leading industry members...
Doug Jones, SCADA and analytical services business unit director at POWER Engineers

Microgrid Engineering Becoming a Macro-Profession

April 13, 2018
In this week’s Industry Perspectives, Doug Jones, of POWER Engineers, discusses how microgrid engineering is becoming a macro-profession.