March 1, 2017 - FREE Renewable Energy Webinar: Is a Microgrid the Right Choice for Your Municipality?
About the Program:
A municipal microgrid includes at least two separately metered critical facilities that share onsite power generation and control capabilities which allows those buildings to disconnect from the larger grid and power themselves. Critical facilities include hospitals, police and fire stations, water and sewage treatment plants, and public shelters as well as commercial facilities such as grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations, ATMs and the like. A municipal microgrid can potentially include a municipal center or commercial area. Typically a microgrid’s onsite energy systems will operate while connected to the larger grid but can disconnect and operate in “island mode” on its own if there is a power outage.
Our panel will go into greater detail about municipal microgrids and the many sources of funding that can support microgrid development, including the State of Connecticut.
- Director of Sustainability Services, Celtic Energy, Inc.
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
9:30am - 10:30am
Advanced registration is required. Click here to register.
Space is limited.
For questions or more information, please contact Jackie Rowe at 860.240.6140 or firstname.lastname@example.org.