Why fixing the electric grid is not enough

In the third article of this special report series brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge and Think Microgrid, we explore why fixing the grid alone will not ensure electric reliability or energy equity.  While there is little doubt that the grid needs to be improved, it is clear that an exclusive large-scale, centralized approach is no longer … [Read more...]

Want to speak at Microgrid 2022? Deadline to apply is Feb. 1

The deadline is just a few weeks away to apply to speak at Microgrid 2022: Microgrids as Climate Heroes to be held June 1-2 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a city central to the vibrant microgrid markets of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states. Microgrid Knowledge's annual conference is the largest worldwide gathering of the microgrid … [Read more...]

Microgrid Knowledge seeks nominations for Microgrid Greater Good Awards 2022

Microgrid Knowledge has opened nominations for its 2022 Microgrid Greater Good Awards, presented annually to highlight how microgrids serve society. The deadline for nominations is April 1. “We are interested in compelling stories about microgrids that fulfill a clear societal need and improve the human condition,” said Elisa Wood, … [Read more...]

The grid is not prepared for the 21st century

In the second article of this special report series brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge and Think Microgrid, we'll explore why the electric grid is not prepared for the 21st century.  Climate disaster is upon us. We are not ready. Electricity is essential to survival and prosperity in a contemporary world, but the electric grid — the … [Read more...]

A public policy vision for microgrids as a climate solution

Brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge and Think Microgrid, this is the first article in a series that provides a public policy vision for microgrids as a climate solution. It is excerpted from a new Think Microgrid vision paper. The decisions of policymakers today establish and design the markets of tomorrow. Technology catches up with — and … [Read more...]

Jump on it! Tickets are now available for Microgrid 2022 at an early registration rate

If you plan to attend Microgrid 2022, here is the chance to secure your spot at considerable savings. Tickets are now available at early registration rates for the June 1-2 event, which is expected to be the largest in-person gathering of the microgrid community yet. Hosted by Microgrid Knowledge, the conference will be held in Philadelphia, … [Read more...]

Fuel Cells Offer a Transition to — and a Product for — the Energy Future

In a new special report series brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge, Instant On and Robert Bosch, we explore how fuel cells can be a microgrid gap solution that fills the power gap, the fit gap and the sustainability gap. Here we offer a bonus article with content from the report explaining how fuel cells can help with the transition to the energy … [Read more...]

Opportunities for Microgrid Developers and Other Providers to Grow Customers and Services with Fuel Cells

In a new special report series brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge, Instant On and Robert Bosch, we explain how fuel cells can be a microgrid gap solution that fills the power gap, the fit gap and the sustainability gap. This sixth article looks at the opportunities that fuel cells present to microgrid developers and other service … [Read more...]

The Business Model for Fuel Cells as a Win for Customers and Installers

In a new special report series brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge, Instant On and Robert Bosch, we explore how fuel cells can be a microgrid gap solution that fills the power gap, the fit gap and the sustainability gap. This fifth article explores how the fuel cell business model can be a win for both customers and installers. Experienced … [Read more...]

Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: A Definitive Guide

In a new special report series brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge, Instant On and Robert Bosch, we explore how fuel cells can be a microgrid gap solution that fills the power gap, the fit gap and the sustainability gap. This third article explains the benefits of stationary solid oxide fuel cells and how novel distributed energy resources (DERs) … [Read more...]