Xiamen University teams up with five global partners to build China’s first direct-current microgrid building

The School of Energy Research at Xiamen University (SER-XMU) is planning to build China’s first direct-current microgrid enabled (DC microgrid) building by teaming up with five global partners. As part of this initiative, Nextek Power Systems will contribute its Direct Coupling Microgrid technology ...

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