Type: White Paper
Categories: Distributed Energy Resources, Microgrids, Sourcing Renewables
Date Published: 12/8/2021
Source: Shell Energy
Primary Topic: Microgrids
Power outages are on the rise and grid resiliency is a growing concern. The number and intensity of severe weather events are increasing. Physical and cyber attacks are a growing threat. And aging grid infrastructure complicates system management. These metrics signal a need for grid infrastructure updates - and an exciting opportunity to rethink the grid and re-examine outdated concepts in power delivery that no longer serve the energy users of today.
This white paper from Shell Energy explores renewable microgrids, a type of DER solution combining local microgrid infrastructure with onsite renewable generation. Learn how renewable microgrids can support grid resiliency – while helping to protect individual commercial, industrial, institutional, or government facilities against outages and help position them as leaders in the energy transition.
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