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Catch Up on the Latest Microgrid News Highlights – December 8, 2016

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Microgrid News Highlights — December 8,  2016 NYCEEC Brings the Battery to Brooklyn, Financing Energy Storage for a Low-Income Housing Microgrid The New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation has made a 10-year project loan of more than $1 million to the energy storage company Demand Energy, bringing large-scale battery storage technology to a privately owned low-income housing development in Brooklyn, NY. Demand Energy’s lithium-ion battery system will be used to store power generated […]

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.

HOMER Energy’s Handpicked News Highlights, Week Ended June 3, 2016

The latest global microgrid project stats, a hybrid microgrid demo at the Port of Los Angeles and a CHP microgrid for a U.S. Army base in Germany highlight this week’s distributed energy news.