Microgrids that Foretell the Future

Microgrids of the future

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In this video, you’ll see three presentations featuring microgrids in planning or development that are using innovative technologies or business models, offering insight into microgrids of the future.

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In this video, you’ll see three presentations featuring microgrids in planning or development that are using innovative technologies or business models, offering insight into microgrids of the future. David Bliss of Charge Bliss talks about prolonged support of critical hospital power using a multi-DER microgrid. Brandon Bowser of the Maryland Energy Administration, Al Delia of Frostburg State University, and Len Jornlin of Optimize Renewables, discuss real world resiliency planning at Frostburg State University. Finally, Scott Dwyer of the University of Technology in Sydney shares insights from a community microgrid in Heyfield, Victoria, Australia.

AJ Perkins, president of Instant ON serves as the moderator for this webinar.

Featured speakers include:

Dave Bliss

David Bliss, CEO, Charge Bliss

Brandon Bowser

Brandon Bowser, Energy Program Manager, Maryland Energy Administration

Al Delia, Vice President for Regional Development and Engagement, Frostburg State University

Len Jornlin, President & CEO, Optimize Renewables

Scott Dwyer

Scott Dwyer, Research Principal at the Institute for Sustainable Futures

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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