Tildy Bayar, Decentralized Energy
The US state of New Jersey’s board of public utilities has approved $150,000 in funding for a thirteenth town centre microgrid feasibility study in the state.
The latest study will determine whether a proposed microgrid would be a feasible solution for powering 13 critical facilities, such as the police and fire stations, schools, a petrol station and senior living buildings, in the town of Woodbridge.
During the study, different power technologies including fuel cells, solar PV and combined heat and power (CHP) will be considered as fuel sources for the Woodbridge Advanced Microgrid (WAM).
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