Today, microgrids are hitting the mainstream. Hospitals, data centers, high tech manufacturers, retailers, universities, corporate campuses, and even entire communities are deploying microgrids in the pursuit of power security. Navigant says there are now 4,475 microgrid projects around the world with a generating capacity of 26,769 megawatts of power.
With extreme weather events on the rise – like never-before-seen wildfires and record-breaking bomb cyclones – businesses and communities are taking power security into their own hands. The best way to protect against power outages is to treat the grid as backup and have your own energy source onsite. These are the alternative energy technologies that can power you through grid outages