Impact of Optimal Controls in a Microgrid

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Many commercial and industrial businesses are installing microgrids in order to lower their energy costs, reduce their carbon emissions, and bolster their resilience. Learn how these objectives can be achieved through the use of optimal controls in microgrids.  

Microgrid Controllers: Rapid Relief for Today’s Dynamic Grid

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Utilities and regulators are working to transition our electricity grid into one that is dynamic, resilient and able to take advantage of multiple distributed energy resources. This white paper explores six ways in which microgrid controllers can solve common challenges that the modern grid faces, including improving resiliency.

The Lesser Known Benefits of a Microgrid

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Whether connected or disconnect to the grid, a microgrid provides more than just reliable energy. Mesa Solutions outlines some of the lesser-known benefits of a microgrid including reducing carbon emissions and reducing energy costs.

The Benefits of Combining Solar and Storage in Microgrid Applications

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Today’s microgrid applications are both flexible and adaptive, enabling the end user’s energy systems to generate a marked improved return on investment. To truly grasp the importance of this innovation, get the new paper from CleanSpark examines how the renewable landscape has evolved and the leading role microgrid technology plays in the future of energy — and explores the benefits of combining solar and storage in microgrid applications.

A Holistic Approach for Wildfire Mitigation

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Distributed energy resources are important for emergency preparedness and recovery in a disaster, especially in rural, sparsely populated areas with rugged terrain. If a wildfire strikes, communities need to be self-sufficient, perhaps for several weeks or longer. Download the new report from Siemens that explores how with robust microgrid and emergency power supplies, critical infrastructure can continue to serve thousands of people with life, health, and safety services.

Raising the IQ of Microgrid Controllers

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The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has been busy “raising the IQ” of microgrid controllers through an innovative procurement program. Experts from NREL explored their latest research at Microgrid 2018 in Chicago.

Making Microgrids Work to Advance Power Resiliency

This white paper provides a look at current microgrid technology, examines a microgrid feasibility study and engineering options, along with tips for identifying qualified vendors and providers of turnkey solutions. To learn how a microgrid can give your organization improved power resiliency download this white paper.

Microgrid Business Models and Value Chains

The new energy industry is working to categorize the various types of microgrids and business models. The primary goal is to minimize microgrid system cost and funding. To learn more about microgrid business modes and value chains download this white paper.