Ameresco Explores the Benefits of Green Campus Microgrids

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Michael Bakas, executive vice president, Ameresco, describes the benefits of green campus microgrids. Such projects help campuses reach sustainability markers, as well as economic goals when they are financed through energy performance contracts. In addition, campus microgrids can serve as learning labs that give graduating students a leg up in the … [Read more...]

S&C Electric VP on Non-Wires Alternatives: Faster, Better, Cheaper

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Erik Svanholm, vice president, non-wires alternatives for S&C Electric, defines the term 'non-wires alternatives' and gives examples of how microgrids can provide these alternatives to traditional investments in wires and the transmission grid during an interview with Microgrid Knowledge's Elisa Wood at Microgrid … [Read more...]

Siemens Highlights the Value of DERMS to Utilities and Communities

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Sacha Fontaine, energy solutions director at Siemens, defines distributed energy resource management systems (DERMS) and explains the value of DERMS to a utility or community. He also highlights the company's projects in Puerto Rico and Illinois in an interview at Microgrid 2019 in San Diego with Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge's editor in … [Read more...]

GI Energy Leader Explains Why it’s a Great Time to be in the Microgrid Industry

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Dave Yanni, chief development officer at GI Energy, tells Microgrid Knowledge editor Lisa Cohn why it's such an exciting time to be in the microgrid industry. Taking a break during Microgrid 2019, Yanni describes GI Energy's work and its efforts to build consensus for projects "early and often." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P92XDejlVxw GI … [Read more...]

Concord Engineering CEO Says Future Microgrid Market Depends on “Four Headed Dragon”

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Michael Fischette, CEO of Concord Engineering, says the industry needs to tackle a "four-headed dragon" to move the microgrid market forward. He also describes Microgrid 2019 as "crackling with excitement," in an interview at the event with Microgrid Knowledge Editor Lisa Cohn. Fischette leads Concord Engineering, a company founded in 1989 … [Read more...]

Future of Microgrids is ‘Bright’ as Costs Decline & Options Increase

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William Rambo, director of business development at POWER Engineers, offers his perspective on why the future of microgrids looks bright. Rambo describes his company's work undertaking complex projects and large-scale renewable integration. Watch his interview at Microgrid 2019 with Microgrid Knowledge's Ken Silverstein. Rambo helps lead one of … [Read more...]

Citizens Medical Center Partners with Enchanted Rock to Ramp up Emergency Power Strategy

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Citizens Medical Center announced today during Microgrid 2019 in San Diego, that through a partnership with Enchanted Rock, it has taken steps to ensure power outages no longer impact “the safety, medical care and comfort of its patients.” Citizens entered into an agreement with the Houston, Texas-based energy company to build natural gas … [Read more...]

Sea Shield Signs Contract with DR Microgrid for Advanced Microgrid Project in California

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California’s Sea Shield Marine, creator of anodes for divers and sea craft, expects to see its energy bills drop dramatically in the near future. That’s due to an advanced microgrid it is building in partnership with DR Microgrid. Sea Shield signed a contract in April with DR Microgrid for a project that will include advanced solar, combined … [Read more...]

ESS Provides Long-Duration Energy Warehouse to Camp Pendleton Marine Corp. Training Facility Microgrid

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The U.S. Marine Corps recently announced a $1 million CleanSpark designed and built microgrid at its Camp Pendleton base near San Diego has gone live. And ESS, a provider of energy storage systems, announced this week it has deployed a long-duration energy warehouse battery system at the very same Marine Corps Base. The U.S. Marine Corps … [Read more...]

S&C Integrates 30-year-old Texas Diesel Generation Equipment with Advanced Microgrid

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S&C Electric recently addressed a series of challenges to help provide microgrid engineering support for a project in Lancaster, Texas. Oncor, a Texas transmission and distribution service provider, partnered with S&C to provide engineering expertise, as well as new equipment to build and operate an advanced microgrid. Oncor wanted to … [Read more...]