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COO Mike Beehler & Associates, LLC

See www.MikeBeehler.com for my first book, The Science of the Sale.  MBA, LLC believes that strategically positioning for success and growth in the electric utility industry will require...

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Rob is right! We need to redefine a microgrid.

The microgrid we need should be “reimagined” with the development of electric infrastructure that will provide critical electric service to strategic areas throughout a community during times of greatest distress.

Specifically, this includes targeted hardening and strategic undergrounding of the most critical transmission and distribution lines and upgrading substations to ensure electric service can be provided to other critical infrastructure and areas designated as critical for continuity of communities.

No more 3-week long outages….

Read more in our new whitepaper entitled Critical Infrastructure at Critical Times at https://lnkd.in/eNCjauBa and watch for our article entitled “Reimagined Microgrids” in the February issue T&D World Magazine. 

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