Microgrid Knowledge Announces “Microgrid 2021. The World Awakens to Microgrids.” Opens Call for Speakers

Microgrid Knowledge today unveiled its next conference, "Microgrid 2021 Virtual: The World Awakens to Microgrids," a free, four-week educational event that will run from May 11-June 3. The news website also announced that it has opened its call for speakers for the global gathering. Microgrid 2021 will be unique among microgrid … [Read more...]

Global Himalayan Expedition Wins Top Microgrid Greater Good Award

Microgrid Knowledge today named Global Himalayan Expedition (GHE) as the top prize winner in its 2020 Microgrid Greater Good Award competition.  The India-based company won the award for a solar microgrid in Batambis, a remote Himalayan village almost 14,000 feet above sea level, with no roads or electric grid and cut off from the world by … [Read more...]

Free Registration Closes Today for Microgrid 2020 Global. Register Now.

A confluence of events is heightening interest in microgrids just in time for Microgrid 2020 Global, Nov. 17-19, a free event that promises to be Microgrid Knowledge’s most exciting gathering yet. Thousands of participants have already registered for the content rich and highly interactive virtual conference. Free registration ends at midnight … [Read more...]

Microgrid Knowledge to Name Winners of the Microgrid Greater Good Award on Nov. 17

Microgrid Knowledge has unveiled the finalists vying for the annual Microgrid Greater Good Award. Winners will be announced November 17, the kickoff date for Microgrid 2020 Global, a free three-day conference, expected to draw thousands of participants worldwide. Now in its second year, the Microgrid Greater Good Award recognizes microgrids that … [Read more...]

Join us October 28 for a Deep Dive into Dual Nested Microgrids

Join Siemens, Santa Fe Community College and Microgrid Knowledge at 2 pm ET, October 28 for a discussion about dual nested microgrids with a look at real-world examples. Microgrid controllers, the brains of the microgrid, have grown in sophistication in recent years. The industry often describes use of this advanced intelligence in terms of … [Read more...]

Got a Question about Microgrids? Find Your Answer Here

Are you considering a microgrid but have questions yet to be answered? Ask peers who are already using the technology at a special, free “Ask Me Anything” session during Microgrid 2020 Global. The virtual, one hour session will feature representatives from education, healthcare and commercial and industrial businesses who will be on hand to … [Read more...]

Why Maryland is a State to Watch When it Comes to Microgrids: Next Round of Funding Available

While natural disasters and grid deficiencies make places like California and Puerto Rico focal points for microgrids, Maryland is quietly emerging as another key state because of its resilience grants. Just four months after awarding seed money for 14 microgrids, the state is looking for more projects. The Maryland Energy Administration … [Read more...]

How Solar, Storage & Microgrids Save Money at K-12 Schools: Free Livestream Discussion

Microgrid Knowledge hosted a livestream discussion August 27 with schools that are installing solar, energy storage and microgrids as a way to save money — and in some cases even earn revenue from their systems. The discussion, “Solar Microgrids for K-12 Schools: Saving Money," is now available as a  free replay. “Schools are under … [Read more...]

Solar’s Transition to Nanogrids — and Why it’s Good for Solar Installers

This article wraps up a  new special report series  focused on the rise of solar nanogrids. Learn why nanogrids for solar installers make sense — and why this model gaining steam in the renewable energy industry.  Savvy solar installers have their eye on the nanogrid market — the next phase in solar plus storage — as a potentially large … [Read more...]

Mission to Care — Examples of Microgrids and Fuel Cells in Action at Hospitals

We complete our new special report series on energy opportunities in healthcare with examples of hospital microgrids that use fuel cells to lower costs, improve sustainability, and increase energy reliability. Hospitals must be built to provide a unique combination of durability and human service. They have to be rugged enough to run 24/7/365 … [Read more...]