Will the microgrid industry and the public accept small nuclear reactors?

The federal Department of Energy (DOE) is studying small nuclear generators as a carbon-free, resilient and potentially affordable component of microgrids, but some microgrid industry members say it’s unlikely their nonmilitary customers will soon embrace the technology because of safety concerns. The DOE recently released a report that … [Read more...]

RFQ attracts 19 applicants to build a microgrid in the British Virgin Islands

Nineteen companies have responded to a request for qualifications (RFQ) issued by British Virgin Islands Electricity (BVIEC) for a microgrid at Paraquita Bay. BVIEC, the islands' utility, is now reviewing the responses. Those selected will be invited to bid in a future tender when the utility seeks engineering, procurement and construction … [Read more...]

Compass Energy Platform and Greener by Design to Team Up on Microgrids, Resilience Projects

New Jersey’s Greener by Design (GbD) and California-based Compass Energy Platform have formed a new partnership to build microgrids and resilient clean energy projects in various locations throughout the US. The partners intend to provide a one-stop shop offering a wide range of services: financing, project design, regulatory insight, … [Read more...]

InfraRed Capital Partners and Navigant Form Microgrid Development and Finance Company: Compass Energy Platform

Two globally-recognized market leaders – InfraRed Capital Partners and Navigant Consulting -- today announced the formation of a company, Compass Energy Platform, which will develop and finance microgrids and other forms of distributed energy.  Compass will focus on communities as they prepare for the grid of the future with microgrids, … [Read more...]