A revolutionary way to easily value resilience for any facility, whether provisioned onsite or from Community Microgrids
Craig Lewis is Founder and Executive Director of the Clean Coalition. He has over 20 years of experience in the renewables, wireless, semiconductor, and banking industries. Previously VP of...
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At a time when everyone is increasingly aware of the growing need for energy resilience, even professional facilities managers still find it elusive to quantify the significant value of that resilience. The absence of a value-of-resilience (VOR) standard has remained a major gap in the market for Community Microgrids, which provide resilience across community-scale grid areas, and Solar Microgrids, which provide resilience for individual facilities, like schools (often used as emergency centers), fire stations, and hospitals.
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