HOMER Forms Partnership with Microgrid Systems Laboratory

HOMER Energy joined forces with the newly-formed Microgrid Systems Laboratory of Santa Fe, New Mexico, this week, with the mutual goal of promoting the use of microgrids to improve electricity delivery and sustainability as well as to work together on educational programs on microgrids. The Microgrid Systems Laboratory is a collaborative effort to speed the transition to a more resilient, sustainable, and accessible electricity system. The Microgrid Systems Lab is structured as three synergistic operations, representing the core elements of InnovationEducation, and Certification. These core operations are supported by a variety of Member institutions, drawn from a broad range of relevant sectors. Current members include Los Alamos National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Duke Energy, HOMER Energy, The Clean Coalition, Los Alamos Department of Public Utilities, The Energy and Resources Institute* (India), General MicroGrids, Modern Grid Solutions, and Smart Cities Council.

As the microgrid market moves from conception to idealization, HOMER Energy is pleased to be among the first members of this effort, which we think is needed to bring about the change toward a clean, reliable energy future.

The HOMER Energy Industry Partner Program is designed for those companies who wish to use the HOMER microgrid platform to connect with their constituents. Learn more about how to become an industry partner here.