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Xendee Contributing Software Modeling to Guide Fiji Minigrid Deployment led by Arizona State's LEAPS

March 19, 2024
ASU project leaders have already assessed 300 isolated communities to come up with the most suitable 75 sites for minigrids. Part of Xendee's work is calculating energy potential...
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Assistant Army Secretary: Military Advancing in its Work Deploying Microgrids at Bases

Oct. 9, 2023
In fact, Army Assistant Secretary Rachel Jacobson said that the Army microgrid initiative has been “enormously successful” thus far, in an interview with Defense Now. Nearly 30...
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INL's net-zero microgrid program

Interest in Small Nuclear Reactors Is Increasing. What’s Their Role in Microgrids?

Aug. 14, 2023
Eighty carbon-free small nuclear reactors are being designed. Xendee, which models the reactors along with other energy resources, is seeing plenty of interest. But with disposal...

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Future-Proofing EV Charging Stations

Feb. 14, 2023
Know what’s coming down the road – and be ready to address it
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How to Build a Career in Renewable Energy

Jan. 24, 2023
The timing could not be better to hone new skills in microgrid technologies. Nathan Johnson, director of the Laboratory for Energy And Power Solutions and associate professor ...
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Top 10 Microgrid White Papers of 2022 – Designing and Financing Microgrids

Dec. 21, 2022
Microgrid Knowledge’s top 10 microgrid white papers of 2022 came from energy leaders such as Rolls-Royce, Xendee, Cummins, Eaton, Mesa Solutions, Schneider Electric, PXiSE, Ameresco...
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US Defense Dept. enlists Xendee to streamline military microgrid design

Nov. 4, 2022
Xendee platform to reduce design time and cut engineering expenses for military microgrids.
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Building the case for the standardization of microgrid platforms for the DOD

Sept. 27, 2022
Xendee’s Michael Stadler and Zack Pecenak explore the benefits of rapid, repeatable modeling and design as demonstrated at three military installations.

How to meet your corporate commitment to net-zero

Aug. 9, 2022
Adib Nasle, founder and CEO of Xendee, explains how advanced enterprise software can ease the burden of companies looking to illustrate their commitment to net zero.
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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...
Utility trucks help workers restore electrical power after Hurricane Maria in Palmer, Puerto Rico. Photo by By Pamela Brick/Shutterstock.com

Puerto Rico’s first ‘intermunicipal microgrid’ being developed

March 23, 2022
Ravaged by tropical storms, Puerto Rico is increasingly turning to alternative energy sources to provide more resilience and reliability. Case in point is a new intermunicipal...
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Major Hurdles to the Fast and Scalable Deployment of Microgrids in the Defense and Government Marketplace

Nov. 23, 2021
Microgrid goals and metrics should be clearly defined at the start of the project and reflected on during each stage. Michael Stadler and Zach Pecenak of Xendee share three key...