Lessons on energy storage from the Microgrid World Forum

We attended the Microgrid World Forum in Irvine, California and heard both positive and negative perspectives on grid storage. Most of the U.S.-based microgrid projects are being funded by the government and are taking place at military bases, with the main focus being maintaining mission critica...

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