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News and feature articles on microgrids in South America including RFP's, policies and players impacting the region.
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Hotel microgrids cut energy costs, meet demand from guests for sustainability
March 11, 2022
Travelers are looking for accommodations that meet sustainability goals, and a hotel microgrid can help meet that demand — while saving the hotel money. Here’s a look at hotel...
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Types of Microgrids
Dec. 4, 2023
No two microgrids are the same. Check out two types of microgrids with these real-life case studies.
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Want to speak at Microgrid 2022? Deadline is Feb. 1
Jan. 24, 2022
The deadline is just a few weeks away to apply to speak at Microgrid 2022: Microgrids as Climate Heroes, the largest global gathering of the microgrid community, to be held this...
EV Charging Trends: Solar Absorption, Demand Response, Green Charging
Nov. 8, 2019
More and more, electric vehicles (EVs) are being called upon to absorb excess solar energy and provide demand response. These are EV charging trends to watch.
Storage is the Boss for Utility-Scale Microgrid Yielding 70% Renewables
Jan. 11, 2019
A utility-scale microgrid that uses energy storage has slashed the use of diesel fuel and allowed for up to 70 percent renewables to serve a Portuguese Island.
Siemens Building an 80-MW Microgrid Network in the Brazilian Amazon
Oct. 27, 2017
Siemens Brazil has taken on the logistical challenge of building a microgrid network in the remote Amazon Basin, which requires transporting equipment via rivers that crisscross...
Distributed Energy Storage Reduces Demand via 8,000 Batteries
April 7, 2017
A distributed energy storage network of 8,000 batteries has reduced electric demand at 7,000 telecom facilities in France by 10 to 15 MW during numerous demand response events...
Bypassing Utility Models for Clean, Smart Microgrids in Emerging Markets
April 28, 2016
Energy project developers are just beginning to see the advantages of clean, smart microgrids instead of the traditional, “messy” infrastructure.
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