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Power Outages Hit US Grid Hard This Summer. But the Microgrids Work
This post/article is written by long term and highly respected friend Elisa Wood. I’m proud to post any articles Elisa & Microgrid Knowledge publish because I personally know that she should be credited as a co-author of “Microgrid” as a word. It wasn’t one when we first met.
I also recommend subscribing to the news feed at “Microgrid Knowledge” because in truth we’re still at the beginning of this new age.
Severe heat and storms across the US this summer have strained the electric grid and caused extensive power outages. But the microgrids are working.
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