Microgrids Link Clean Energy and Mobility
If global electric vehicle (EV) adoption rates grow as projected, this represents a major step in reducing emissions that contribute to global climate change and local air pollution concerns. The shift to cleaner mobility does not occur in a vacuum; it has broad implications for vehicles and power infrastructure, prompting demand for all-inclusive rather than siloed solutions.
As EV adoption increases in the US, utilities need a way to both manage the demand from EV chargers and take advantage of the value they can provide the grid. Resilient microgrids can be the key to linking renewables, EVs and advanced software systems by providing real-time optimization of diverse energy sources.
In this white paper you will discover how microgrids and new business models like Energy as a Service foster sustainability solutions.