Island microgrids — independent from the traditional grid by nature — provide important insights for other off-grid energy projects around the world. Sharing their extensive experience and expertise at the upcoming Homer International Microgrid Conference (HIMC2017) are two island microgrid experts from the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI). Kaitlyn Bunker, Ph.D, and Owen Lewis will lead a session titled “Developing Island Microgrids in the Caribbean,” a topic that resonates deeply with the conference theme: […]
HOMER Energy is pleased to have Distributed Energy Magazine as our lead media partner for this year’s HOMER International Microgrid Conference. Distributed Energy Magazine is focused on the critical needs of the commercial, industrial, and institutional energy management sector, with coverage including the latest trends and technologies in onsite energy efficiency and reliability. As the key media partner for the HOMER International Microgrid Conference, Distributed Energy will feature coverage of the event and exciting […]
Following last year’s successful 4th Annual HOMER International Microgrid Conference in New York, HOMER Energy has set the date and location for what promises to be its best microgrid conference to date. Participants will spend three days learning about microgrids and meeting industry experts at the 5th Annual HOMER International Microgrid Conference in Denver, Colorado, September 18-20, 2017.
At Peña Station NEXT—a 382-acre transit-oriented development in Denver, Colorado—stakeholders Panasonic, Xcel Energy, Denver International Airport, Younicos, and LC Fulenwider, Inc. have partnered on an ambitious solar+storage microgrid. The project used a public-private partnership approach that resulted in a multi-stakeholder “portfolio microgrid.” Now, Panasonic, Xcel Energy, and Younicos have released a white paper, A Portfolio Microgrid in Denver, Colorado: How a multi-use battery energy storage system provides grid and customer services through a […]
Microgrid Industry News Highlights November 7, 2016 Electricity to Rural Areas in Kenya and Developing Countries with Pay-as-you-go Microgrids U.S.-based solar developer Renewvia Energy is bringing electricity to rural communities in Kenya and other developing countries through pay-as-you-go solar microgrids. Most of these communities will be experiencing electricity use for the first time. The microgrids will bring power to people and small business in remote areas otherwise ineligible to receive an affordable and […]