Microgrids Grow Popular for Storm Resilience in Cities

Microgrids Grow Popular for Storm Resilience in Cities

The aftermath of hurricanes sweeping the United States is spurring interest in new microgrid development among city officials, according to the Environmental Defense Fund. As a result, localized power grids that can function independently from the main grid are rising in popularity. As Ellen Shenette, … Read more…

Hurricane Irma Cuts Power to Millions of Customers

Hurricane Irma Cuts Power to Millions of Customers

Hurricane Irma battered Florida over the weekend with heavy rain, storm surges, extreme wind, and possibly even tornadoes. As of 7 pm Eastern Time on Sunday, more than 3.2 million customers in the state were without power, Edison Electric Institute president Tom Kuhn said in … Read more…

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