The solution traditionally includes a natural gas backup generator or a combined heat and power system and a mix of renewable energy such as solar, wind and energy storage technologies.

Resilient & Environmentally Friendly

By having a natural gas backbone, the microgrid can avoid the downside of intermittent solar and wind energy while providing a resilient, environmentally friendly solution. 

Resiliency is provided by multiple pieces of generation equipment, which could include:

  • Natural gas engines
  • Combined Heat and Power system
  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Battery storage

Benefits of a Microgrid

  • Provides resiliency and business continuity
  • Improves electric reliability
  • Lowers energy costs for customers
  • Decreases emissions
  • Strengthens the central grid

Who Can Benefit from a Microgrid?

  • Businesses or industrial parks
  • Data centers
  • Hospitals
  • Military facilities
  • Universities
  • Residential communities
  • Municipalities

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