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Puget Sound Energy Expands Virtual Power Plant Partnership with AutoGrid
Nov. 16, 2023
The VPP program aims to reduce costs, improve energy supply reliability and increase the amount of renewable energy flowing through PSE’s system.
The Microgrid Perspective
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.
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Roundup: New Microgrid Projects Receive Millions in Federal GRIP Funding
Oct. 30, 2023
Minneapolis, Detroit, Chattanooga and New Orleans are among the cities that will soon benefit from microgrids.
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Microgrids Are a Key Component of Vermont Utility’s New Zero Outages Initiative
Oct. 16, 2023
A new initiative from Green Mountain Power will use microgrids, energy storage and other storm-hardening tactics to create a zero outages energy system by 2030.
California Utilities Launch New Microgrid Incentives for Disadvantaged Communities
Oct. 13, 2023
New incentives are available for disadvantaged and vulnerable communities. But do these communities have the time and resources needed to jump through the application hoops and...
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PG&E Testing Bidirectional Charging to Power Mobile Microgrids
Sept. 28, 2023
California’s largest utility believes bidirectional electric vehicles and chargers will play a key role in California’s energy transition, reducing emissions and bolstering electric...
Source: U.S. Army, Master Sgt. David Loeffler
California National Guard Commissions Solar Microgrid at Joint Forces Base Los Alamitos
Aug. 17, 2023
The microgrid can power the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base for at least 14 days.
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3 Rural Electric Cooperatives Awarded DOE Funds for Microgrid Projects
Aug. 11, 2023
Co-ops in Tennessee, South Carolina and Florida were awarded $100,000 to advance their proposed microgrid projects.
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Fast-Acting Microgrids and ‘More of What Worked’ Needed during Texas Heat
July 17, 2023
When market prices jumped to $4,000/MWh during June's heatwave in Texas, microgrid operators provided hundreds of megawatts to support the strained grid.
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