Australian government awards $18.7 million contract for Daintree Microgrid

The Australian government recently announced that it has awarded Volt Advisory Group AU$18.75 million over three years to develop the Daintree Microgrid Project, an innovative renewable energy microgrid in Queensland. The project will begin construction this year and is expected to be operational by 2024. The Daintree rainforest is in the … [Read more...]

Fuel Cells Offer a Transition to — and a Product for — the Energy Future

In a new special report series brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge, Instant On and Robert Bosch, we explore how fuel cells can be a microgrid gap solution that fills the power gap, the fit gap and the sustainability gap. Here we offer a bonus article with content from the report explaining how fuel cells can help with the transition to the energy … [Read more...]

Opportunities for Microgrid Developers and Other Providers to Grow Customers and Services with Fuel Cells

In a new special report series brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge, Instant On and Robert Bosch, we explain how fuel cells can be a microgrid gap solution that fills the power gap, the fit gap and the sustainability gap. This sixth article looks at the opportunities that fuel cells present to microgrid developers and other service … [Read more...]

The Business Model for Fuel Cells as a Win for Customers and Installers

In a new special report series brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge, Instant On and Robert Bosch, we explore how fuel cells can be a microgrid gap solution that fills the power gap, the fit gap and the sustainability gap. This fifth article explores how the fuel cell business model can be a win for both customers and installers. Experienced … [Read more...]

Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: A Definitive Guide

In a new special report series brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge, Instant On and Robert Bosch, we explore how fuel cells can be a microgrid gap solution that fills the power gap, the fit gap and the sustainability gap. This third article explains the benefits of stationary solid oxide fuel cells and how novel distributed energy resources (DERs) … [Read more...]

Fuel Cells: The Microgrid Gap Solution Customers Seek

In a new special report series brought to you by Microgrid Knowledge, Instant On and Robert Bosch, we explore how fuel cells can be a microgrid gap solution that fills the power gap, the fit gap and the sustainability gap. This second article explores how fuel cells fill the gaps and provide project flexibility. Utilities, businesses and … [Read more...]

Stationary Fuel Cells Act as a Microgrid Gap Solution

In a new special report series, we explore microgrid gap solutions for those who need immediate reliability while their microgrid is being built. The first installment introduces the role stationary fuel cells play as a microgrid gap solution. Homeowners and businesses around the United States increasingly understand the value of microgrids … [Read more...]

Aggreko Planning to Launch 10 50kVA Hydrogen Combustion Power Generators

Aggreko, which produces modular generators, is launching its first line of commercial hydrogen generators, debuting to European customers in the second half of 2021.  Together with CMB.TECH, Aggreko has developed a 50 kWA hydrogen combustion energy generating system and plans to invest in 10 identical units for the companies’ lead customers … [Read more...]

Horizon Power Prepares to Build Australia’s First Renewable Hydrogen Microgrid

Horizon Power plans to build Australia’s first renewable hydrogen microgrid, a move that is part of the country’s effort to foster the technology. The demonstration project will test the ability of hydrogen to serve as a dispatchable power source in remote microgrids, the utility said Nov. 27. “This plant will demonstrate how hydrogen can … [Read more...]

Fit for the Future: Hamburg’s Hydrogen Fueled Combined Heat and Power Plant

INNIO, an Austria-based energy solutions provider, has teamed up with HansWerk AG, a German energy service provider, to deliver a 1 MW hydrogen fueled combined heat and power (CHP) pilot plant in the center of Hamburg, Germany. The pilot will demonstrate readiness for a green gas grid by running the grid-connected gas fired CHP plant with … [Read more...]