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Microgrid controllers put your building’s power on autopilot during grid disruptions

Microgrids offer a solution to businesses interested in reducing their electricity consumption during peak periods and cutting their energy overhead. Onsite energy generation and storage act as “shock absorbers” that enable the building to use its own power during peak periods (and during grid disruptions) and provide power back into the grid when it produces surplus energy.

PXiSE CTO Chuck Wells shares a couple examples with Ken Silverstein of Environment + Energy Leader of how the PXiSE Microgrid Controller operates autonomously to reverse the paradigm of one-way power flow from a utility to a building.

Read the full story: Microgrids: Like Autopilot Controls for Commercial Buildings or Campuses