In partnership with AESP: The increasing roles of DERs, connected technology and Big Data are driving rapid change in energy efficiency. As we shape the Utility of the future, this community will help you keep up with the latest developments. 

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This item is part of the Special Issue - 2019-09 - Distributed Energy Resources, click here for more

In August, Energy Central is diving into how distributed energy resources (DERs) are contributing to the evolving makeup of the utility structure. Our Grid ProfessionalsEnergy Efficiency, and Load Management Communities are eager to hear from you. We're looking for thought leadership articles from professionals working with DERs who can address both the challenges and opportunities arising as DERs become more commonplace across the grid. We invite you to share your knowledge, expertise, and experience in building and integrating distributed energy resources! A special issue newsletter dedicated to this topic will be distributed on August 29th. 

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David Svarrer on Aug 30, 2019

Eeerh, we wrote an article about maybe the most distributed energy resource you can think of, a DC-DC based grid which we are establishing in Kenya. We expect to go global with it, due to its extremely low cost (less than 10% of the normal energy cost), its extremely long durability - built in stainless steel etc - we expect 50+ years of durability - screws, fitting etc. are made in stainless steel. The reflectors are made in glass - ... and the article was not brought?

Please check if the article got lost somewhere. I can upload it again, as I kept it as our contribution.

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