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Veolia, SmartParc Partnering on Clean Energy Technologies at new Food Manufacturing Site in UK

Nov. 8, 2023
The combined work of the renewable and energy efficiency projects reportedly will help SmartParc eliminate close to 30,000 metric tons of carbon emissions annually compared to...
The Inflation Reduction Act promises good things ahead for the microgrid industry. By Andrei Medvedev/

Resource page: Inflation Reduction Act and microgrids

Oct. 26, 2022
The Inflation Reduction Act is expected to reduce the cost of microgrids and drive industry growth. Track news on the IRA and its impact here.
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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...
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In high price environment, ‘wishful thinking’ isn’t a winning energy strategy for businesses

July 29, 2022
Amin Najjar, president and CEO, facilities and building services, at Veolia North America outlines a multistep strategy to maintaining rational energy costs during times of high...

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Urban Microgrids Find Place in Redevelopment

June 20, 2018
This presentation on urban microgrids from Microgrid 2018 includes research and analysis on the Philadelphia Navy Yard microgrid and the Hudson Yard microgrid.

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Economic trends converge to make microgrids more attractive

May 25, 2022
Demand for microgrids is accelerating as a convergence of market and government trends work in the technology’s favor. In fact, some of today’s economic headwinds act as taillwinds...
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Don’t forget the ‘steps’ when stepping into the future of decarbonized, decentralized energy

April 18, 2022
There is no either-or decision between “old school” fossil fuel driven microgrids and the emerging class of carbon-free, renewable plus battery storage microgrids. Mike Byrnes...
Microgrid Talk: Energy experts describe the one statistic microgrid customers need to understand

Microgrid Talk: What’s the single statistic microgrid customers need to understand?

March 10, 2022
What energy statistics do microgrid customers need to understand? Microgrid Talk asked three microgrid experts who are well-versed in customer questions. Watch their answers here...
Corridor of a working data center. Source: Gorodenkoff/

Why do data center operators choose diesel backup over cleaner microgrids?

Feb. 4, 2022
Operators of data centers generally choose diesel backup systems over cleaner microgrids, sticking to the tried and true. Why?
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Top Microgrid Perspectives Columns for 2021 — Most read guest articles

Dec. 20, 2021
Microgrid Knowledge publishes these weekly columns throughout the year. Our guests write about hot industry topics, trends, new technology and more. Read the 10 most popular Microgrid...
Mike Byrnes, Senior Vice President, Veolia

California’s First-of-a-Kind Microgrid for Wastewater Treatment

March 23, 2021
Mike Byrnes, of Veolia North America and SourceOne, Veolia’s energy consulting company, discusses an innovative microgrid project at a wastewater treatment plant in Rialto, California...
Matt Cinadr, principal engineer, project development, Veolia

Among the Coronavirus Pandemic’s Many Lessons for Businesses is a Greater Need for Energy Resilience

June 1, 2020
Matt Cinadr, Veolia principal engineer, project development, walks readers through a series of business lessons from the coronavirus that highlight the importance of energy resiliency...

COVID-19 Providing a World of Research on the Grid and Microgrids: IEEE

May 18, 2020
With their controls and ability to provide resilience, smart microgrids can solve numerous energy-related challenges created by the COVID-19 crisis, says the co-author of a new...
Jules Nohra, director of optimization services, Veolia North America

Why Microgrid Projects Start with Energy Monitoring and Energy Efficiency

March 30, 2020
Jules Nohra, director of optimization services, Veolia North America, explains why microgrid projects need to start with energy monitoring and energy efficiency.