Long Beach, Calif., Urges Regulatory Reforms to Overcome Microgrid Delays

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Pointing to delays in getting a microgrid built, the city of Long Beach, California, is urging state regulators to make changes to speed up the process. The city is focused on two issues: utility rules governing power supply to separate premises and the California Public Utilities Commission’s interconnection rules. Long Beach’s concerns … [Read more...]

Innovation in US Infrastructure: A Digitized Future is Upon Us

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Mark Feasel of Schneider Electric looks at the Port of Long Beach in California as a model for how we can modernize infrastructure. Despite its position as a world power, the US infrastructure ranks behind that of most other advanced nations.  Today, the US spends less on infrastructure as a percentage of GDP than at any time in the past … [Read more...]

Schneider Electric Wins $5.2M Deal to Build a Microgrid at California’s Port of Long Beach

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Schneider Electric has won a $5.2 million contract to provide a microgrid for the nation’s second busiest port, the Port of Long Beach in the city of Long Beach, California. One of the giants in the microgrid arena, Schneider will design, engineer and build the $7.1 million project. Part of the funding -- $5 million -- comes from a … [Read more...]