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3 Reasons Your Microgrid Controls Should Be Able to Communicate in Real Time

With the ever-evolving technological backdrop to society, people want instant feedback and access to information. We can monitor our front porch video feed from our cell phone while we are on a beach vacation, we can preheat the oven at our house before we leave the office, and we can start our cars in the …

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Three Problems Microgrids Can Solve

Utilities face a variety of challenges in today’s business and technical environment.  While customers want lower prices, they also want greater reliability in general, and greater resilience at their specific location.  A utility leader recently characterized the customer side of the equation, saying “It used to be that customers could occasionally cope with going 48 …

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5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Demand Response Program for Your Microgrid

Demand response programs offer many utility consumers a great way to lower their electric utility bills by reducing the demand component (kilowatts) of monthly costs. There are a variety of ways to achieve this improvement, and those ways continue to evolve. The questions below show a logical path you can follow to find out which …

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What to Consider When Implementing a Microgrid for Demand Response

With increasing power outages and electricity rate volatility, you know you need backup power. You also know you need to offset the associated costs of your backup power and microgrid through your local utility-sponsored demand response programs. So, what’s next? Continue reading to learn the steps we walk our clients through for microgrid and demand …

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Lessons From the Texas Power Outages

4 million Texans experience power loss as temperatures reach record lows below zero. Texas is facing major power outages while record-low temperatures sweep across the United States. Tuesday afternoon 5NBC Dallas Fort Worth reports 4 million North Texans are experiencing power loss as temperatures reach record lows below zero. Another winter storm is forecasted to …

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5 Simple Steps to Resilient Standby Power

1. Know The Difference Between “Reliability” And “Resilience” There are varying definitions for reliability and resilience that leave us confused and assuming it all means the same thing. It is important to note that while we want both to be “high,” the two are NOT synonymous. Keep them straight and simple with the following definitions. …

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