How AI Makes Microgrids More Predictable, Cost Effective and Resilient

A new white paper from Veritone explores how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used in the planning, deployment and operation of microgrids. According to the paper, "power consumers increasingly rely on microgrids for greater energy reliability, cost savings and to reduce carbon emissions. Microgrids act as decentralized power resources … [Read more...]

Resilient Microgrids Link Clean Energy and Clean Mobility

A new white paper from Schneider Electric explores the link between clean energy and clean mobility, and the role resilient microgrids can play. As electric vehicle (EV) adoption increases in the US, utilities need a way to both manage the demand from EV chargers and take advantage of the value they can provide the grid. Resilient microgrids … [Read more...]

Preventing Scope Gaps for Microgrid Developers: Webinar

Microgrid adoption is happening at an increasingly rapid pace, led in part by health care facilities, universities and large companies deploying the technology on their corporate campuses. As momentum grows and the industry diversifies with a new breed of customers, microgrid developers are facing growing pains. Customer needs are shifting and, as … [Read more...]

US Rep. Panetta to Deliver Microgrid California Keynote Today

Congressman Jimmy Panetta, a Democrat from California, will be the keynote speaker today at  Microgrid California: Keeping the Power Flowing During Grid Disruption, a one-day regional event hosted by Microgrid Knowledge in the San Francisco Bay Area. The educational forum is designed for California businesses, institutions and communities that are … [Read more...]

Optimization Techniques for MaaS Business Models

A new white paper from Xendee looks at why designing microgrid as a service (MaaS) agreements requires state of the art design methods and comprehensive mathematical optimization techniques. Microgrids are complex systems that integrate different generation sources and deliver a variety of value streams. Plus, every system is different in … [Read more...]

Natural Gas Power Generation: Bridging Fossil Fuels and Renewables

A new white paper from Mesa Solutions looks at six reasons why natural gas power generation should continue to be a go-to solution, even as companies rush to meet their emission reduction goals and integrate renewables. Driven by the current administration's aggressive plans to combat climate changes, more and more companies are developing … [Read more...]

AI and Predictive Grid Modeling: Tools for the Dynamic Management of Complex Grids

A new white paper from Veritone describes how utilities can leverage artificial intelligence (AI) and predictive grid modeling to dynamically manage complex grids, while helping them prepare for the growing challenges that will be involved in maintaining day-to-day reliability. Electric power systems are becoming more complex as distribution … [Read more...]

Webinar Today! Lessons from Successful Remote Microgrids

Successfully launching and operating a remote microgrid requires planning and foresight, and for those that haven't done it before, the task can seem daunting. But there are a number of best practices that experienced microgrid installers and operators have learned over the years — sometimes the hard way. It's important to understand that the … [Read more...]

Small But Powerful: Designing Packaged Microgrids for Small and Medium Sites

Key market trends are driving faster adoption of microgrids and "microgrid-ready" facilities that incorporate renewable energy sources. While power delivery systems with these capabilities are often perceived as customized, design intensive and time consuming, modern technologies that use controllers and pretested software are allowing for the fast … [Read more...]

Advanced Microgrids Create Value for Utilities and Consumers

A new white paper from PowerSecure looks at how advanced microgrids, designed with an understanding of the dynamics and evolution of the modern power grid, can create extraordinary value for both utilities and consumers. Microgrids are often thought of as a form of backup power or a boutique renewable energy project. But, according to the … [Read more...]