Microgrids benefit from New Jersey’s push for more renewables and energy storage

164
Solar Panels

ANDREW BURGER / MICROGRID KNOWLEDGE – New Jersey’s town center microgrids are poised to enter their next stage, enhanced by a series of state strategies to catalyze distributed energy.

Selected for funding last year, the 13 town center microgrid proposals are now in the final stages of producing feasibility studies.

“I’d expect we’ll begin to see the results in five or six weeks, and the first tenders to carry out the next stage of project development — building the distribution systems — by January next year,” said Adam Zellner, president of consulting firm Greener by Design, which is closely involved with six of the projects …

go to article

 

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here