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PXiSE CEO Explores the Biggest Influences for the Microgrid Market in 2020

In this video, Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge editor-in-chief, interviews Patrick Lee, co-founder and CEO of PXiSE Energy Solutions, a Sempra Energy company. The interview, about trends in the microgrid market, took place during Microgrid 2020 Global. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEj9_EklMdc&feature=youtu.be The two explore … [Read more...]

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PXiSE Energy Solutions offers high-speed, precise control technology that unlocks the potential of distributed and renewable energy generation while ensuring continuous system balance. … [Read more...]

PXiSE, Toshiba Form Alliance Targeting Japanese Microgrid Market

PXiSE Energy Solutions and Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions have formed an alliance to develop microgrids, with an initial focus on Japan and growing to the global market. Mitsui & Co., a Japanese company and a PXiSE investor, will also participate in the venture, the companies said Sept. 23. PXiSE, a Sempra Energy subsidiary, … [Read more...]

PXiSE Aims to Create “Federation of Microgrids” in Australia with DERMS

Sempra subsidiary PXiSE Energy Solutions plans to create a federation of microgrids to boost renewable energy in remote Australia towns under a new agreement with utility Horizon Power. Many of the isolated towns now have mini-grids or microgrids, each about 1 MW in size, that burn up to 95 percent diesel, said Patrick Lee, president of … [Read more...]

Mitsui & Co Takes Equity Stake in Sempra’s PXiSE Energy Solutions

Global giant Mitsui & Co has acquired up to 20 percent of PXiSE Energy Solutions, a subsidiary of Sempra Energy, in a move that is expected to accelerate the software company’s microgrid play. Announced today, the multi-million dollar investment deal brings Mitsui’s sales and marketing reach to PXiSE’s high-speed software, designed for … [Read more...]

Preparing the Next Generation: Microgrids as an Energy and Educational Resource for Universities

Review examples of how university microgrids are utilized as an energy and educational resource for today's universities, as well as preparing the next generation for the future of energy and climate change. Preparing the Next Generation: Microgrids as an Energy and Educational Resource for Universities Moderator: Bill Kipnis (Siemens … [Read more...]

Today at the Microgrid Knowledge Virtual Conference: From Business to Education to the Clean Energy Revolution

Join us for a look at "Who Microgrids Serve: From Business to Education to the Clean Energy Revolution" on the second day of the Microgrid Knowledge Virtual Conference. With presentations from leading microgrid experts, today features six sessions. 10 am EDT: Staying the Course on Clean Energy in a Time of Societal Disruption, with: … [Read more...]

Microgrid Powers Town and Opens Door to Federation of Microgrids in Australia

Australia utility Horizon Power and PXiSE Energy Solutions, a provider of microgrid controls, are working to demonstrate that microgrids in remote areas can replace traditional infrastructure and boost renewables. Horizon Power, Western Australia’s regional energy utility, has begun operating a microgrid consisting of 1 MW solar and 2 MW battery … [Read more...]

How Western Australia Can Lead on Renewable Energy Microgrids

Sophie Vorrath, editor of One Step Off The Grid, describes a new report that outlines the potential for Western Australia to lead on renewable energy microgrids — and what stands in the way. Western Australia has the potential to become a global leader in renewable energy microgrid development and export, a new report has found, but only with … [Read more...]

Earthquake Worries Prompt Oregon Cities to Install Microgrids for Resiliency

Beaverton is the second Oregon city that will embrace microgrids for resiliency, working with utility Portland General Electric (PGE), which says it plans additional partnerships with cities. PGE’s microgrid projects are designed in part to provide resiliency if and when an earthquake hits the Oregon coast. Scientists have predicted that an … [Read more...]