Would You Like to Present at Microgrid 2019?

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Microgrid Knowledge is accepting ideas for presentations to be delivered at Microgrid 2019: Shaping the New Electric Grid, May 14-16 in San Diego. The proposals are due January 31 in what is expected to be a highly competitive application process -- Microgrid 2018 attracted three times more proposals than openings available. “Here’s a … [Read more...]

Important Upcoming Microgrid 2019 Deadlines

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The Microgrid 2019 team urges those who plan to attend the May 14-16 conference to mark their calendars for three upcoming deadlines pertaining to discounts, special awards, and presentations. Geared toward the thought leaders who are driving grid decentralization, the three-day conference offers a chance to capture new business … [Read more...]

Applications Open for the “Microgrids for the Greater Good” Award, Microgrid 2019

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Microgrid Knowledge is now accepting applications for the Microgrids for the Greater Good awards program. Winners will be announced at Microgrid 2019: "Shaping the New Electric Grid" to be held in San Diego, May 14-16. "Microgrids take on some heroic tasks -- sheltering the vulnerable during disasters, keeping hospitals up and running when … [Read more...]

Limited Time, $350 Discount for Microgrid 2019 Early Bird Registration

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Register for Microgrid 2019 now and receive a limited-time $350 discount for the May 14-16 conference in San Diego, California. "Microgrid 2019: Shaping the New Electric Grid" follows Microgrid Knowledge’s highly successful conferences in New York City, Boston and Chicago, all part of the online publication’s mission to advance … [Read more...]

Big Bid Theory Interviews Elisa Wood about Energy Efficiency, Microgrids, Nanogrids and Virtual Power Plants

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The Big Bid Theory this week interviewed Elisa Wood, editor-in-chief of Microgrid Knowledge, about energy efficiency, microgrids, nanogrids and virtual power plants. Now in its fourth season, The Big Bid Theory podcast is produced in Austin, Texas, and focuses on technology and other topics for a national audience of business and government … [Read more...]

Mark Your Calendar for Microgrid 2019, May 14 -16 in San Diego

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Microgrid Knowledge will hold Microgrid 2019, its fourth industry conference, May 14-16 in San Diego. A gathering of industry leaders, the conference will focus on microgrids, nanogrids, virtual power plants, energy storage and other distributed energy resources driving energy decentralization. Microgrid 2019 follows Microgrid Knowledge’s … [Read more...]

Blazing the Path from VPPs to Holistic Grid Control with DERMS

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This is the final entry in a Microgrid Knowledge Special Report series focused on distributed energy management systems (DERMS) and virtual power plants (VPPs). The sixth installment provides an overview of the path to efficient management of distributed resources, from VPPs to grid control with DERMS. For utilities that see an increasing … [Read more...]

Smoothing the Path for DER Orchestration: New Rules for a New World

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In the previous installment of the Microgrid Knowledge Special Report series focused on distributed energy management systems (DERMS) and virtual power plants (VPPs), we covered how DERMS and smart inverters can bring distributed resources onto the grid. In the fifth installment, we explore how technology and updates in utility rules and … [Read more...]

News from Russelectric, Ice Energy, GreatWall Power and Maxwell Technologies

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Russelectric releases new distributed energy controller Russelectric has released a new distributed energy controller, designed for complex, mission critical systems, ranging from back-up generation and demand management to fully functional microgrids. Called the Russelectric Distributed Energy Controller (RDEC), it incorporates the … [Read more...]

NEC Installs Europe’s Largest Battery System

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Boston-based NEC Energy Solutions (NEC) has completed installation of Europe's largest battery system, 48-MW of energy storage that will provide reactive power in Germany to stabilize the transmission grid. NEC developed the project in Jardelund for German company EnspireME, a joint venture between Japan's Mitsubishi and Eneco, a … [Read more...]