On-demand webinar: Microgrid solutions for North America

Microgrids are low- or medium-voltage grids located at or near the consumption sites. They can generate power from both renewable and conventional sources and although they are mainly electrical systems, they can also incorporate a thermal energy component, such as combined heat and power. Microgrids are increasingly being equipped with energy storage systems, as batteries become more cost competitive. The system is controlled through a microgrid controller incorporating demand-response so that demand can be matched to available supply in the safest and most optimized manner. A flywheel or battery-based grid stabilizing system can be included to offer real and reactive power support.

Watch the pre-recorded webinar to learn more about microgrids benefits and real-world application.

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