Local Energy Grid With Control Capability, Which Means It Can Disconnect From The Traditional Grid And Operate Alone.
The grid is the system that connects homes, businesses, and other buildings to central power sources, which allow us to use appliances, heating/cooling systems, and electronics.
A microgrid generally operates while connected to the grid, but importantly, it can break off and operate on its own using local energy generation in times of crisis like storms or power outages, or for other reasons.
This growth in this field is being driven by: Governmental targets for a low carbon economy Developments in technology Organisations seeking greater certainty and control of their energy costs.
A microgrid can be powered by distributed generators, batteries, and/or renewable resources like solar panels to be more energy independent and environmentally friendly.
Organisations are now looking to the benefits of microgrids and private electricity networks, as concerns about rising energy costs and sustainability impact their ability to manage energy requirements.
Businesses can deploy typical solutions, including onsite generation, energy storage systems, electric vehicle charging infrastructure, uninterruptible power supplies, multi-site virtual power plants, and overall energy efficiency.
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