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Microgrid Space Tech, Solar Prices & Energy Storage, More Microgrid News — January 11, 2017

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BBC lists SteamaCo’s electricity grids as top African product to watch in 2017…Bangladesh Emerges as a Hotbed for Solar Microgrids…New Jersey Moves Forward with First Ever Rail Microgrid Project & more microgrid news highlights January 5, 2017

1st Rail Microgrid, Solar in Bangladesh & more Microgrid News Highlights — January 5, 2017

microgrid news highlights january 5Farmer in front of Solar Irrigation system in Bangledash (photo via World Bank)

BBC lists SteamaCo’s electricity grids as top African product to watch in 2017…Bangladesh Emerges as a Hotbed for Solar Microgrids…New Jersey Moves Forward with First Ever Rail Microgrid Project & more microgrid news highlights January 5, 2017

Desert Microgrid, Ice Storage, e-Cloud & more Microgrid News Highlights — December 28, 2016

Microgrid Powers Desert Town…World’s 1st Open Microgrid…IMPREL Integrates ‘Multi-physics,’ Ice-based Storage…& other microgrid news December 28, 2016

Updates from Africa, Costa Rica, U.S. (Bronzeville) & more Microgrid News Highlights — December 21, 2016

microgrid news highlights decemberVia enchanting-costarica.com: Solar energy system at Veragua Rainforest

Rural African power at $7/month, Costa Rica: Central America’s largest microgrid, ComEd moves forward in Bronzeville despite lack of legislation & more microgrid news highlights December 21, 2016

Microgrid Industry News Highlights, October 31, 2016

Microgrid Industry News Highlights October

Microgrid Lights 800-Year Old Himalayan Village…Energy Internet Research…new microgrid technology…& more microgrid industry news October 31, 2016

Solar+Storage Technologies to Benefit Renters at Vermont Zero Energy Affordable Housing Development in Rural Vermont

Vermont Zero Energy Affordable Housing

In Vermont, an affordable modular housing development will include resilient solar and energy storage technologies to serve low-income renters.

Weekly Roundup Microgrid News October 26, 2016

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Haiti town moving to 100% renewables, Singapore’s offshore hybrid system, electric motors in microgrid applications…& more microgrid news October 2016

Microgrid News Highlights, October 5, 2016

Microgrid News Highlights October 5, 2016   South Australia Blackout May Lead to More Microgrids Like other major blackouts, such as the week-long shutdown in NSW last year, and the hour-long outage that affected more than 130,000 customers in West Australia last month, the event in South Australia last Wednesday is likely to lead to more households and businesses looking at battery storage as a back-up to the grid, or even to go […]

Microgrid News Highlights, September 27, 2016

From University of Dayton Research Institute: Researcher installes power/energy metering system at Air Force Forward Operating Base of the Future.

Industry study: Microgrids to Become ‘Fundamental Building Block’ National Electrical Manufacturing Association (NEMA) report concludes that “from 2025 onwards, fully controllable, independent microgrids interconnected with [direct current] links will allow for full decoupling from the alternating current (AC) electric power system. They will also facilitate the segmentation of the distribution system, a new paradigm for electric grid management.” Kenya Signs 361MW Power Deals Under Obama Energy Plan Six power projects will be developed […]

Hierarchic Control, Success in Kenya & More Microgrid News September 20, 2016

microgrid-news-september-20-2016An installation of solar energy panels in Kenya. Photo by: Akon Lighting Africa

Microgrid News Roundup September 20, 2016   The next generation: How microgrids are changing the business landscape The major markets for the growing microgrid sector aren’t just those enterprises that want insurance in case of an outage. They also include those that want to “island” or to be solely self-reliant (for example, military installations). Many, like hospitals and college campuses, want emergency power if the utility-provided electricity cuts off. The users of microgrids all share the same […]