Learn all about microgrid operations and optimization in this collection of videos and webinars. Videos explore what's happening now and what's to come.

Preventing Scope Gaps for Microgrid Developers

scope gaps

Learn 5 ways that microgrid developers can successfully navigate changing customer needs, handle vendor and procurement management, and avoid scope gaps in this webinar from Microgrid Knowledge and Siemens.

Microgrid 2020: Emerging Microgrid Applications

microgrid applications

Learn how cutting edge innovations are being applied to microgrids in new ways to address the needs of the electric system and beyond. The speakers in this video provide different perspectives from different stages of development and commercialization.

Using Real Time Dynamic Modeling for Microgrid Optimization

Microgrid Optimization

This workshop will answer a lot of your questions about the challenges and opportunities around microgrid adoption. Learn how to use real time dynamic modeling and artificial intelligence for microgrid optimization, control, and resilience.

Editorial Round Table: Shaping the Future of the Energy Industry Together

Energy Industry

Microgrid Knowledge editors host a discussion about policy and market changes needed to drive microgrids forward and shape the future of the energy industry. They also present a sneak peak at some of their other favorite videos from the third day of the Microgrid 2020 Global virtual conference. 

Ask Me Anything: A Live Q&A with Microgrid Customers

Microgrid Customers

Get the perspective and experience of three knowledgable guests as they share their experience in the microgrid space. The panelists in this video answer questions from those that attended the live session. 

Remote Microgrid Best Practices

Remote Microgrids

Understanding the types of challenges that may be encountered will help new microgrid customers avoid some of the common pitfalls, which ultimately will save the project time and money. If you’re a potential microgrid customer, who better to learn from than the people who’ve done it before? This webinar features interviews with members of the teams behind remote microgrids in Alaska, Australia and the Bahamas.