How Microgrids in Texas Served the Lone Star State During Hurricane Harvey

Microgrids in Texas proved their worth during Hurricane Harvey, as described in this final entry of a six-part Microgrid Knowledge Special Report Series on the rise of the reliability-as-a-service model and the onset of the affordable microgrid.  Hurricane Harvey left Texas with $125 billion in damages, record rainfall, flooding that … [Read more...]

Oh the Irony…Storm Cancels Meeting about How Microgrids Keep the Lights on in Storms

Could it be more ironic? A group in New Jersey, promoting microgrids to ward off outages during storms, had to cancel its January 27 public information meeting. Because of a storm. The good news is that MIDJersey Chamber and the MIDJersey Center for Economic Development plan to reschedule the meeting. Update! The meeting has been rescheduled to … [Read more...]