Our three-part series of Rolls-Royce white papers concludes with a look at microgrid and distributed generation projects utilizing intelligent control systems.
Our three-part series of Rolls-Royce white papers continues with a look at microgrid and distributed generation projects incorporating battery storage with multiple energy sources, including renewables.
Consulting engineers who want to further educate themselves about microgrid and distributed generation projects have a valuable resource in the form of a three-part series of white papers from Rolls-Royce, manufacturer of mtu generator sets and full-system solutions. Microgrids are one of the many ways Rolls-Royce is decreasing reliance on conventional energy sources to bring us closer to a decarbonized, healthier planet.
What will your power look like ten years from now? Chances are, you’ve been thinking about incorporating renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power. Ideally, those sustainable power solutions will not only reduce your carbon footprint but will also put you more in control of your power management.
The rising demand for more reliable energy solutions doesn’t have to be at odds with the increasing need for a cleaner world.
Autonomous electricity networks, or microgrids, combine cogeneration plants, diesel- and gas-powered gensets and renewable sources with batteries and a control system that links up all the elements in an intelligent energy management system that can maintain energy availability. Rolls-Royce is now adding turnkey microgrids from mtu to its current portfolio.
Curtis Engine and MTU Onsite Energy announce the new three-part live webinar on microgrids. See the 2019 schedule for the Live Webinars on Microgrids series below: