Newly launched on June 3, 2021, Think Microgrid is the unified voice for the microgrid industry highlighting the role that microgrids will play in addressing grid resilience, energy equity and climate change at this unique moment in history. As unprecedented government support for climate and infrastructure programs take center stage in the U.S., Think Microgrid offers a collaborative advocacy and regulatory initiative to provide education to policymakers and advance constructive dialogues that proactively address the inherent barriers embedded in legacy regulatory policy. We lead the conversations that will create new markets for microgrids.
Featuring: Cameron Brooks, Executive Director, and founding members
What We Do
Think Microgrid leverages the diversity of its membership to represent the microgrid industry in critical policy, legislative and regulatory discussions that are taking place in Washington, D.C. and at the state level across the country. In this way, Think Microgrid:
- Establishes a common voice for the industry to heighten understanding within government and media of the critical role that microgrids play in achieving resiliency, climate and equity goals
- Provides a coordinated approach to building relationships and leading discussions with policymakers, regulators and lawmakers
- Works to advance pending government initiatives that support microgrid adoption and encourage new policy activity and government programs in promising jurisdictions
- Fosters cooperation and alliances with the leading policy stakeholders
Think Microgrid is a sponsored partner of Microgrid Knowledge, and benefits from a team of committed, senior advisors. Please contact us for more information.
Cameron Brooks, Executive Director
Kevin Normandeau, Publisher
Elisa Wood, Editor-in-Chief
Think Microgrid Services
In addition to public affairs advocacy and education, Think Microgrid provides:
- Regular intelligence reports about new and ongoing proceedings, legislation and other activities
- Vision paper and thought leadership highlight the role of microgrids going forward
- Hosted events with policymakers and media
Think Microgrid is actively building collaborative partnerships with aligned organizations to ensure that microgrids are well-considered in advocacy efforts and ongoing policy discussions. We are engaged in discussions with policymakers to advance policies that create opportunities for microgrids to bring their unique benefits to states and federal agencies. We would love to explore how we can work together!
Revenues to support activities and management come from membership fees and are used to support Think Microgrid and the initiatives developed by the general memberships. To learn more about how your organization can support Think Microgrid, contact Cameron Brooks, Executive Director at [email protected] or (303) 957-7667.
Think Microgrid Members