Microgrids

Looking for a zero-capital-cost energy solution that delivers energy resilience, reliability, lowers utility bills and achieves sustainability commitments?

A microgrid is a local independent energy grid with control capability, which means during a power outage it can disconnect from the traditional grid and continue normal operations autonomously.

When there is a power outage from extreme weather events or the grid just needs to be repaired, everyone is affected. This is where a microgrid can help. The solar and storage in a microgrid operates as normal while connected to the grid, but importantly, instead of turning off during an outage, the facility and its solar and storage microgrid can disconnect and continue to operate on its own using local energy generation in times of crisis like storms or power outages. A microgrid can be powered by traditional backup generators, batteries, and/or renewable resources like solar panels.

Considering a microgrid project of your own, reach out for a free, no obligation energy assessment.

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