Microgrids are the obvious solution to New York’s outdated energy system. They are more compatible with renewable sources than our current infrastructure and can single out damages to prevent a widespread blackout from effecting the entire grid. So, why are we using microgrids already?
Forbes contributor Jeff McMahon, an energy and environmental writer, examines the four main challenges that are keeping microgrids from taking over energy grids throughout the country. Read more at the link below: