Go Electric Acquired by Subsidiary of Total

Go Electric

A subsidiary of global energy company Total has acquired Go Electric, marking the latest assimilation of a small US based microgrid company by a large energy player in the fast growing space. The company will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Saft, a multinational battery energy storage company owned by Total. Saft will acquire all … [Read more...]

The US Military Is Mission Ready: Why it Will Succeed Building Microgrids

Military microgrids

This is the latest in a series of articles focusing on ideas that emerged from Microgrid 2019, held in San Diego May 14-16. Here we look at what it takes to develop military microgrids that keep power flowing to bases for at least 14 days during a catastrophe. When the Marine Corps Air Station at Miramar near San Diego moved to use landfill … [Read more...]

This Microgrid on Wheels will Soon be on the Go for the US Military in Africa

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Go Electric’s new microgrid on wheels is a box that four people can lift and commission -- and then move, if needed. The mobile microgrid, now under development, also comes on a trailer. And it can run in silent mode. Best of all, it can reduce the use of diesel and other fossil fuels significantly -- by up to 80 percent while operating … [Read more...]

Microgrid To Ensure Cattle on Historic Hawaii Ranch Never Go Thirsty

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At Parker Ranch -- a cattle ranch founded in the early 1800s and the largest in Hawaii -- a 400-kW Go Electric microgrid will ensure that cattle never go thirsty due to outages that have plagued the ranch for years. Situated near the end of Hawaii Electric Light’s (HELCO) distribution line on the Big Island are pumping stations that move … [Read more...]

Here’s How Repeatable and Turnkey Microgrids Can Drive Down Costs

turnkey microgrids

What's the key to unlocking the commercial and industrial market? Repeatable and turnkey microgrids, says Lisa Laughner, president and CEO, Go Electric, a microgrid provider. Most microgrids today are custom designed, which can be expensive. Standardization drives down cost. “In order for commercial and industrial customers to readily … [Read more...]

Go Electric to Develop Mobile Military Microgrid for US Army Corps of Engineers

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has chosen Go Electric for a new mobile military microgrid project. The microgrid and energy solution company Go Electric had been awarded a $297,769 contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Construction Energy Research Lab (CERL). Indiana-based Go Electric will be working on what company leadership is … [Read more...]

Dynapower President Helps Home State on Climate & Other News from Go Electric and Aquion

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Dynapower president to help home state bring energy storage to climate action Vermont wants to link its climate and economic goals, and has tapped Adam Knudsen, president of Vermont-based Dynapower, to show how energy storage can help. Gov. Phil Scott has appointed Knudsen to the state's newly formed Vermont Climate Action … [Read more...]

Creator of a “Microgrid in a Box” Honored at White House

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Lisa Laughner doesn't meet many other women who've founded technology startups like her company, Go Electric, which produces what she calls a "microgrid in a box." Laughner, CEO of Go Electric, recently was honored by an invitation to the White House to demonstrate her product, described by Laughner as an "uninterruptible power system on … [Read more...]