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Microgrid Misconceptions

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Microgrid Misconceptions

The proactive shutdowns and winter weather-related outages that hit Texas are yet another plot point in a story now familiar to all of us.

 

Across the U.S., the combination of extreme weather, aging infrastructure, and rising energy demand are placing greater stress on an ever-shakier grid. For hospitals, data centers, and industrial plants that have critical power needs, the time has come for action. It’s time to reconsider the way we produce, transmit, and consume energy.

 

Read more about it in this article by from Schneider Electric US Country President, Aamir Paul.

 

Clearing up 2 microgrid misconceptions 

 

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