Most conversations about the energy transition to a low carbon energy future include renewable technologies such as photovoltaics (PV) and wind energy, energy storage, and electric vehicles (EVs). But this major change to the power grid represents more than just a migration to cleaner energy technologies.
It reveals fundamental forces changing how energy is produced, delivered, and consumed by billions of consumers and businesses in a modern global economy.
This white paper from Guidehouse explores dual purpose microgrids’ critical role of offering long duration backup power at customer sites and balancing wholesale wind and other renewables on the larger grid to guarantee resilient electricity.
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