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Optimizing Distributed Generation from Remote Villages to the Modern Grid — Stojanovic at HIMC2017

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Kicking off next month’s 5th annual HOMER International Microgrid Conference (HIMC2017) is a keynote presentation everyone in the microgrid industry should hear. Bob Stojanovic, Director of Microgrids in North America, ABB, shares his unique perspective on “Enabling and Optimizing Distributed Generation, from Remote Villages to the Modern Macrogrid,” to conference attendees at the Embassy Suites, Denver, Colorado.

Industry Leader ABB Sponsors HOMER International Microgrid Conference

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HOMER Energy announces industry leader ABB as the Platinum Sponsor of this year’s HOMER International Microgrid Conference. The conference will take place September 18-20, 2017,  in Denver, Colorado. At the conference, hundreds of attendees and speakers from dozens of countries worldwide will share their knowledge and experience within grid-tied, remote, and off-grid environments. “We’re proud to have ABB serving as our Platinum Sponsor this year,” says HOMER Energy CEO Peter Lilienthal.  “ABB is a […]

Electrifying Kenya, Microgrid Economics & More Microgrid News — February 8, 2017

Electrifying Kenya, Panel: Microgrid Economics

Kenya to Spend $2.1 Billion to Increase Electricity Connectivity to Remote Areas, DistribuTECH Panel: the Promising Economic Future of Microgrids, Alaskan Microgrid to Pair Battery, Flywheel Storage Systems, and More Microgrid News — February 8, 2017

Weekly Microgrid News Highlights, October 12, 2016

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Weekly Microgrid News Highlights October 12, 2016   New Energy Task Force Approves Draft Recommendation for Comprehensive Reforms The New Energy Task Force proposal approved last week recommends the return of net metering — which had been controversially revoked less than a year before — to Nevada. This recommendation is part of a wider reform push from Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval. It also suggests that the state re-open planning for the Clean Power Plan, […]

HOMER Energy’s Handpicked News Highlights, Week Ended June 10, 2016

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Renewable microgrids in Alabama, India and South Africa and solar net metering’s effects on utility business models and rates are highlights of this past week’s distributed clean energy news.

Remote Utility Projects Fuel 2GW Rise in Global Microgrid Capacity

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Navigant Research added nearly 1,600 microgrid projects with a combined generation capacity of 15 gigawatts (GW) to its 2Q Microgrid Tracker, an indication of the extent and degree to which stakeholders are turning to distributed zero- and low-emissions microgrids enhance energy security, reliability, efficiency and resiliency and reduce power sector greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Shift to renewable energy driven by economics

Investment and success with renewable energy will be driven, ultimately, by economics. Today’s stories focus strongly in the arena of value, as we shift from a fossil-fuel dominated world to one dominated by clean renewables. Solar home systems have been mostly driven by personal philosophy and incentives. However new research indicates that solar systems add significant value to a home. But home systems are not nearly enough. Investments in transmission are needed to […]