Neighborhood Virtually-Enabled Microgrids (NVEM)
- Sep 14, 2021 2:52 pm GMT
I frequently write about microgrids, and also about renewable energy sources at all scales. None of the existing neighborhood microgrid concepts really makes the two major benefits of microgrids widely available. These benefits are:
• Lower-electric costs
• Higher electric resiliency
In considering various concepts, I believe I have identified a potential method of doing this as described in this paper.
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