Introductions to Microgrids – The Future of Power Generation

Traditionally, electricity is generated from a central source, which is then distributed via transmission lines to consumers. This electricity is usually fuelled by coal, gas or nuclear sources. However, the traditional power generation model is being put under more and more pressure, and in the interim, consumers are left exposed to power fluctuations, blackouts and more frequent critical infrastructure failures.

Users are looking for alternatives that can provide reliability, stability and lower costs. Users are also looking for solutions that can provide power in a more environmentally sustainable way than other fossil fuel-powered plants. Distributed power systems, in the form of microgrids, are the future of power generation, providing independence, resilience, and environmental benefits, as well as providing a cost-effective source of supply.

Download the whitepaper here and find out more details on:

  • How are microgrids defined and what are their main specifications?
  • What are the main components of microgrid design?
  • What are the benefits of microgrids?
  • Where can microgrids be beneficial?
  • What is the use case for a microgrid?

Christopher Pye
Christopher Pye
Global Microgrid Segment Manager

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