Microgrids have the potential to play a key role in the transformation of an aging electric grid into a system that is reliable, resilient, and distributed. The U.S. Department of Energy has developed a vision in which microgrids are a core component of a transformed grid where 30-5-% of electricity generation comes from distributed sources (i.e. microgrids). But many states have yet to put in place policies that will encourage the widespread development & deployment of microgrids. Read more
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For communities that are vulnerable to the effects of climate change, microgrids have a demonstrated ability to ‘keep the power on’ when disaster strikes.