Steps to Develop Microgrids Easier, Faster and Cheaper: Oct. 27 Webinar

Microgrid developers are facing growing pains as new market demands emerge. Customer needs are shifting and projects are becoming more complex. How can they make microgrid development easier, faster and cheaper and avoid costly scope gaps? For the answers join us Oct. 27  for a live webinar hosted by Microgrid Knowledge and featuring Siemens, … [Read more...]

Plans Unveiled for Microgrid 2022!

Following its sold-out event this week in California, Microgrid Knowledge today announced that Microgrid 2022 will be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1-2. The annual industry event is expected to attract several hundred participants, among them businesses, institutions and government entities that are exploring microgrid adoption, along … [Read more...]

US Rep. Panetta to Deliver Microgrid California Keynote Today

Congressman Jimmy Panetta, a Democrat from California, will be the keynote speaker today at  Microgrid California: Keeping the Power Flowing During Grid Disruption, a one-day regional event hosted by Microgrid Knowledge in the San Francisco Bay Area. The educational forum is designed for California businesses, institutions and communities that are … [Read more...]

Look Who’s Speaking at Microgrid California!

Microgrid Knowledge has chosen the speakers and released the full agenda for “Microgrid California: Keeping the Power Flowing During Grid Disruption,” a one-day educational forum Oct. 5 in the San Francisco Bay Area. The in-person event is designed to help those in government and industry overcome challenges they face to microgrid … [Read more...]

Webinar Today! Lessons from Successful Remote Microgrids

Successfully launching and operating a remote microgrid requires planning and foresight, and for those that haven't done it before, the task can seem daunting. But there are a number of best practices that experienced microgrid installers and operators have learned over the years — sometimes the hard way. It's important to understand that the … [Read more...]

Considering a Microgrid in California? Join us at Microgrid California October 5

After three successful virtual conferences, Microgrid Knowledge is now relaunching its in-person events, with the first gathering, Microgrid California, to be held in Foster City on October 5. "Microgrid California: Keeping the Power Flowing During Grid Disruption"  will focus on helping those in the state’s dominant industries — such as … [Read more...]

Small But Powerful: Designing Packaged Microgrids for Small and Medium Sites

Key market trends are driving faster adoption of microgrids and "microgrid-ready" facilities that incorporate renewable energy sources. While power delivery systems with these capabilities are often perceived as customized, design intensive and time consuming, modern technologies that use controllers and pretested software are allowing for the fast … [Read more...]

Last Day to Apply to Speak at Microgrid California!

Microgrid Knowledge seeks speakers for “Microgrid California: Keeping the Power Flowing During Grid Disruption,” a one-day educational forum in the San Francisco Bay Area to help microgrid customers overcome challenges they may face in securing this valuable technology. If you’d like to speak at this conference, we ask that you carefully … [Read more...]

Final Day of Microgrid 2021 Features Launch of New Coalition to Advance Microgrids and a Peak into the Future of the Technology

The final week of Microgrid 2021, a free virtual conference, brings two important announcements for the microgrid community, along with lively panel discussions that will focus on a vision — and action — for the future. “The audience will find this week particularly interesting and relevant as our speakers look at how microgrids are … [Read more...]

Replay of Conference Sessions on Microgrid Costs and Savings — Free through June 3

Along with many others in the Southeastern US, I found myself searching in vain for gasoline this week, a circumstance that reminded me of the importance of local energy. Somewhere far off in another country, a hacker infiltrated a US energy company, crippling a fuel supply line that runs 5,500 miles from New York to Texas and leaving me, … [Read more...]