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.  

Energy Modeling: An Essential Step in Microgrid Projects

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Faced with a growing number of extreme weather events, new emissions mandates and the rising cost of energy, many businesses are considering integrating microgrids into their energy plans. Learn how energy modeling can be used to determine the best energy mix for your microgrid, as well as how big it needs to be to achieve your project goals.

DERMS: Yes or No for Your Utility?


This white paper outlines the case for DERMS as the next step utilities should consider on their path towards renewables and resilience.

Debunking Myths About Tier 4 Final Diesel Engines

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Many microgrid operators and others in the market that rely on diesel generators for standby power have questions about the overall benefits and the emissions of Tier 4 Final compliant diesel engines. A new white paper from Volvo Penta debunks some of the most common myths about Tier 4 Final diesel engines by presenting data on Volvo Penta’s solution.

The Role of Firming Generation in Microgrids

Firm Generation

Microgrids are ideal solutions for businesses and organizations looking to keep the power on, even when the grid goes down. A new white paper from Mainspring Energy compares the economic and environmental impact of four different microgrid technology solutions.

How Microgrids Save Schools Money

Campus Microgrids

Utility costs make up a large percentage of a school or university’s spending budget. A new white paper from Mesa Solutions outlines the economic benefits that campus microgrids can deliver to schools and universities.