Learning From Successful Real World Healthcare Microgrids

By District Energy posted 08-03-2017 09:58

  

Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge
July 28, 2017

Summary

This is the sixth and final article in a series that looks at how healthcare microgrids open the door to more reliable, clean, lower cost energy in hospitals, and more resilient communities. 

When a storm knocks out your neighborhood power, you can hunker down and ride out the loss without too much stress. You can also borrow some ‘bread and milk’ from a neighbor if the local convenience store is closed.

But what do you do if you are several city hospitals and your power goes out for an extended period of time?

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