Elisa Wood, Editor-in-Chief of Microgrid Knowledge interviews the winners of the 2021 Greater Good Awards.More
In this video, learn about the the projects that were awarded Microgrid Knowledge Greater Good awards during the Microgrid 2021 conference. The three winning projects selected by a panel of independent judges for their ability to tell the story of how microgrids serve society.
The top prize went to a containerized microgrid at the Ayillo II Refugee Settlement, which serves South Sudanese refugees residing in Northern Uganda. A microgrid that brought reliable electricity for the first time to a women’s clinic in Kenya won the award for a microgrid at a remote location. The South Australian Produce Market, which employs a sophisticated microgrid control system, won the award for Grid-Connected Microgrid. In this video, the winners discuss their projects.
Elisa Wood, Editor-in-Chief of Microgrid Knowledge interviews the winners.
This video was recorded during Microgrid 2021: The World Awakens to Microgrids, a virtual conference held over four weeks in May and June of 2021. The event featured more than 60 speakers across 20 sessions and was designed to educate sustainability and facility managers, energy decision-makers and others curious about microgrids. The overarching theme of the conference focused on the energy, financial, and sustainability benefits that microgrids can offer facilities — and society as a whole. Although this was previously recorded, you’ll find many of the examples and insights are timeless in their strategic value.
The sessions were designed to provide insight into business models, financing, government incentives and other microgrid funding. They also provide guidance when choosing technology and development partners for your microgrid project.
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