The Value of Microgrids During Societal Disruption

Value of Microgrids

History tells us that disasters tend to spur new interest in microgrids and reliable energy. COVID-19 is no different, given the strain it has placed on hospitals, data centers and delivery systems. On top of that, society faces new economic pressures, making the sophisticated energy cost management offered by microgrids even more important. What role can microgrids play in the recovery?

Microgrids for Hospitals and Healthcare

microgrids in hospitals

Microgrids are one of the fastest growing sectors within the electric power industry, and they are poised for even wider adoption in the wake of recent events. Download this report to learn how hospital and healthcare facilities can benefit from Microgrid adoption.

Rapid Microgrid Deployments for Emergency Preparedness: Powering Field Hospitals for COVID-19 and Beyond

Microgrid Deployments

Makeshift medical facilities known as field hospitals are popping up one by one across the nation, giving purpose to now-vacant convention centers, parks, arenas, and sometimes even empty parking lots. As the coronavirus outbreak continues to overwhelm the country’s existing healthcare system, the need for additional hospital capacity – specifically, more beds – is palpable. Get the new white paper that explores how Bloom Energy is working quickly to deploy microgrid solutions to power existing and temporary hospitals while they care for COVID-19 patients.

How New Microgrid Designs Help Hospitals Increase Resilience, Cut Costs, and Improve Sustainability

Microgrid designs

As hospital administrators reevaluate their facilities’ resilience against grid instability, many also face budgetary and environmental pressures. Microgrid technology is increasingly being used to further enhance uptime, while reducing energy spend and minimizing a facility’s carbon footprint. Get the new report from Schneider Electric that explores how to address today’s top energy-related concerns for administrators.

Healthcare Facilities and Power Outages: Guidance for State, Local, Tribal, Territorial, and Private-Sector Partners

healthcare facility power outages

Across the Nation, in every community, there are individuals in hospitals, nursing homes, and other long-term care facilities dependent on power for their well-being. Download the new report, courtesy of FEMA, HHS and ASPR, that explores how to navigate healthcare facility power outages, including healthcare facility preparedness, integrating emergency preparedness efforts, prioritizing assistance to healthcare facilities during response, and more.