AlphaStruxure Explores Microgrid Opportunities From Coast-to-Coast

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Many factors make microgrids unique, including their ability to island in the case of a power outage. And alternative models like energy-as-a-service  are making these microgrids more accessible.  This final entry from a new special report series shares details of real microgrid  projects from AlphaStruxure, a joint venture of The Carlyle Group and … [Read more...]

How Microgrids Help Businesses Reach Cost, Resilience and Climate Goals

Microgrids provide businesses with a way to secure energy resilience, reduce costs and achieve climate goals. This excerpt from a new special report by Microgrid Knowledge and AlphaStruxure offers real world examples. Microgrids are the next logical step in the evolution of energy management for businesses. Many businesses are already … [Read more...]

Can You Afford to Not Have a Microgrid?

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In California, the question ‘Can we afford a microgrid?’ might be more aptly phrased: ‘Can we afford to not have a microgrid?’ This excerpt from a new special report by Microgrid Knowledge and AlphaStruxure highlights how energy-as-a-service is making microgrids easier and more affordable.  Business executives, community leaders and others … [Read more...]

Deadline Feb. 15 for Microgrid Greater Good Award Submissions

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The deadline — February 15 — is fast approaching to nominate projects for the Microgrid Greater Good Awards. The winners will be announced at Microgrid 2020, which will be held June 2-3 in Philadelphia, Pa. The Microgrid Knowledge Greater Good Award recognizes microgrids that fill a clear societal need and bolster the case that microgrids … [Read more...]

Why Microgrids are at an Inflection Point

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Microgrid growth appears to have reached an inflection point, driven by demand for reliable energy, especially in California, as well as economic, environmental and societal factors. This excerpt from a new special report by Microgrid Knowledge and AlphaStruxure explores the growth stimuli. Microgrid installations are accelerating in a range … [Read more...]

Are Energy-as-a-Service Microgrids the Next Logical Step for California…and the Rest of the U.S.?

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California often serves as a bellwether, and now it’s ringing an alarm about a new electric grid vulnerability. As other states brace for the impact of climate change, they watch California's wildfires and power shutoffs and wonder what's in store for them. A new special report from Microgrid Knowledge and AlphaStruxure explores energy-as-a-service … [Read more...]

Today is the Deadline to Register for Microgrid 2020 to Receive Discount

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Today is the deadline to register to receive a $400 advanced registration discount to the world's largest microgrid conference and expo, Microgrid 2020. Sponsored by Microgrid Knowledge, this year's conference will be held June 2-3 in Philadelphia, Pa. The conference will focus on microgrids, distributed energy and electrification in both … [Read more...]

Applications Open for Microgrid Greater Good Award 2020…New Category Announced

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Microgrid Knowledge today opened nominations for its next round of Microgrid Greater Good Awards and set a Feb. 15, 2020 deadline for applications. The winners will be announced at Microgrid 2020, which will be held June 2-3 in Philadelphia, Pa. The Microgrid Knowledge Greater Good Award recognizes microgrids that fill a clear societal … [Read more...]

Microgrid 2020 Now Accepting Applications for Speakers

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Microgrid Knowledge today announced that the Microgrid 2020 call for speakers is now open with submissions due Jan. 15, 2020. "Microgrid 2020: Distributed Energy and World Electrification" will be held June 2-3 in Philadelphia, Pa. “We will focus on microgrids, nanogrids, virtual power plants and related advanced distributed energy … [Read more...]

What the Summer Heat Tells Us about Renewable Energy in Texas

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It was a hot summer in Texas. Even into autumn the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) was urging customers to use less electricity. Given these events, and new renewable energy options, businesses in the state are — no doubt — thinking about their energy choices. Microgrid Knowledge will explore issues surrounding ERCOT’s supply … [Read more...]