Microgrids are local distributed energy sources and loads that can operate either independently or in concert with the main grid. Consisting of prime power gas generation systems, fuel cell energy systems, renewable energy such as solar,  wind and landfill gas to electric, they are integrated into battery systems and can be monitored and controled locally. Microgrids can dispatch generating assets, energy storage resources and load assets as needed to optimize performance.


Improved Resliliency and Redundancy Parallel with or operate in “island mode” from the electric grid to serve a facilities entire load providing a resilient and redundant solution to the traditional electric grid.

Energy Flexibility

Provides local control and energy independence to the end user.

Power Quality

Sustains and strengthens power quality- under-frequency and under-voltage load shedding in generation deficient situations maintains nominal system performance, as well as maintaining reserves.

Economically Optimized

Improves the economics for energy surety by capturing value from the energy markets to the benefit of the utility and the customer.

Maximizes Utilization

Integration of various distributed energy resources to maximize the utilization and benefits associated with such local resources.

Microgrids can dispatch generating assets, energy storages resources and load assets as needed.