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Go Electric Acquired by Subsidiary of Total

A subsidiary of global energy company Total has acquired Go Electric, marking the latest assimilation of a small US based microgrid company by a large energy player in the fast growing space. The company will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Saft, a multinational battery energy storage company owned by Total. Saft will acquire all … [Read more...]

Go Electric to Develop Mobile Military Microgrid for US Army Corps of Engineers

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has chosen Go Electric for a new mobile military microgrid project. The microgrid and energy solution company Go Electric had been awarded a $297,769 contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Construction Energy Research Lab (CERL). Indiana-based Go Electric will be working on what company leadership is … [Read more...]

Dynapower President Helps Home State on Climate & Other News from Go Electric and Aquion

Dynapower president to help home state bring energy storage to climate action Vermont wants to link its climate and economic goals, and has tapped Adam Knudsen, president of Vermont-based Dynapower, to show how energy storage can help. Gov. Phil Scott has appointed Knudsen to the state's newly formed Vermont Climate Action … [Read more...]

Montgomery County Microgrid Project Highlighted in New Schneider Electric Report

Upfront cost can be a barrier to microgrids. But what if you could have a microgrid project and electrical upgrades for no money down? A new report from Schneider Electric explores this accomplishment at government facilities in Montgomery County, Md.,  energy-as-a-a-service arrangement and innovative power purchase agreement. Montgomery … [Read more...]

Another City — San Jose, California — Goes All Electric in a Growing Trend

In an effort to decarbonize, San Jose on Tuesday became the largest California city to embrace all electric buildings. The city council approved measures to boost efficiency in new non-residential buildings with gas infrastructure, beginning January 2020, and to ensure new buildings are electric vehicle (EV) ready. In addition, the city … [Read more...]

Montgomery County, Maryland Seeks Microgrid-Ready Project for Electric Bus Depot

Already on the map for its public service microgrids, Montgomery County is advancing into the next frontier of the technology — its nexus with transportation — with plans for a microgrid-ready depot to charge electric buses. The Maryland county on Wednesday issued a solicitation seeking proposals for energy infrastructure to power electric buses … [Read more...]

2019 Looks Good for Electric Vehicles as New York Pushes Electrification of Transportation

New York continues to push electrification of transportation, boosting what's expected to be a record 2019 for electric vehicles in North America. As part of its EVolve NY program, the New York Power Authority (NYPA) is rolling out 200 direct current fast chargers (150 kW), which charge in as little as 20 minutes. NYPA will install the fast … [Read more...]

Schneider Electric Goes Big by Going Local in the Microgrid Market

Advanced microgrids were still something of a bet four years ago when Schneider Electric and partners rolled out the Oncor microgrid in Texas, an early demonstration project. Tiptoeing into microgrids then, the energy management and automation giant now is in full stride, made clear this week at its Innovation Summit North America in Atlanta, … [Read more...]

New Microgrid for South Australia, Storage for San Diego, and Off-Grid Electricity for Uganda

South Australia microgrid to provide secure power for transmission network Australia continues to be a mecca for microgrid projects with another announced today, this one for Electranet, South Australia’s principal transmission network service provider. The microgrid is being installed to ensure stable power supply in an area with … [Read more...]

Military Tests Electric Vehicle-to-Microgrid Use at Miramar Base in San Diego

US Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego is the site of a new electric vehicle-to-microgrid-utility grid test and demonstration project. Six 15-passenger electric vans will be equipped with bidirectional, vehicle-to-grid (V2G) charge/discharge capability and integrated into the air station's site-wide microgrid during the project's first … [Read more...]