Advanced Microgrid a Natural Fit for Wisconsin Project

Providing power for a nature preserve required not just progressive technology, but also the innovative approach needed to embrace the facility’s educational and environmental missions.

Interest in ensuring reliable power, and controlling energy costs, has led to a rise in distributed power generation. A variety of technologies are available to generate electricity at or near where it will be used, including solar panels, wind turbines, combined heat and power systems, and emergency backup generators fueled by natural gas, gasoline, or diesel...


Ken Notes: With costs coming down this may be very interesting. I would rather see these systems connected to the regular grid eliminating the need for backup power. This will require some creative negotiations because there is a lit of debate over whose grid it actually is.

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