A Way to Speed up Microgrid Development?

Veckta

The good thing about microgrids is that they are often built to the user’s particular needs. That’s also the bad thing about microgid development. Such tailoring — the kind found in advanced microgrids like those at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Princeton University, or Montgomery County, Maryland — takes a lot of planning. Consideration must … [Read more...]

News from WorleyParsons, Leclanché and Environment America on Microgrids, Batteries and Clean Energy

direct current microgrids

WorleyParsons to install microgrid at University of Toronto WorleyParsons, a global professional services firm for the energy sector, plans to install a direct current (DC) microgrid system at the University of Toronto in Ontario, Canada. Installed in collaboration with ARDA Power, the 150-kW system will be used in conjunction with the … [Read more...]