Protecting Connecticut Citizens from Outages With Microgrids

March 24, 2014
Connecticut has seen its share in recent years of severe weather events that have sparked outages – one, in fact, that left numerous residents in the dark for days. The state sees microgrids as a way to provide a “baseline level of safety and security.” How is the state funding its microgrid program and what are its plans for the […]

Connecticut has seen its share in recent years of severe weather events that have sparked outages – one, in fact, that left numerous residents in the dark for days. The state sees microgrids as a way to provide a “baseline level of safety and security.” How is the state funding its microgrid program and what are its plans for the future? Listen to this podcast with Alex Kragie, deputy chief of staff for the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, to find out.

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Kevin is a veteran of the publishing industry having worked for brands like PC World, AOL, Network World, Data Center Knowledge and other business to business sites. He focuses on industry trends in the energy efficiency industry.

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