Technology - 14/July/2021

Sound business case needed for viable microgrids

CASE STUDY: Technologically, microgrids are relatively simple to establish. It is the business case that is complex and can make or break a project

Microgrids can secure additional revenue by providing grid services


In the summer of 2020, Siemens, a German engineering conglomerate, installed a microgrid power system at its corporate headquarters campus in Vienna, Austria. ...

 

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