February 21, 2018 Read More →

Too Few Microgrids for Puerto Rico?

Microgrid Knowledge:

Others see the commission as acting too conservatively.

The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), an Ohio-based group “welcomes the urgency” to bring clear rules on decentralized energy to the U.S. territory – but says it’s just the start.

“More could be done to facilitate the deployment of microgrids, especially for critical loads and for areas that have not yet received power after Hurricane Maria,” IEEFA said. “We urge the commission to take additional steps, via a separate proceeding, to proactively encourage the development of microgrids in Puerto Rico.”

Too Few Microgrids for Puerto Rico?

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