California Microgrid Projects
There are over five notable California Microgrids, powering some of the nations most iconic locations like Alcatraz. Listed California Microgrid Projects include R&D projects like the UCSD Microgrid. Also near San Diego is the Borrego Springs Microgrid and the Camp Pendleton Microgrid. The Camp Pendleton Microgrid is one of many military microgrids working to incorporate renewable energy for increased resilience. Renewable energy microgrids do not need to rely on shipments of fuel during emergencies. The military also operates a microgrid at Fort Hunter Liggett.
Further north, the Santa Rita Jail Microgrid is a notable partnership between the California Energy Comission and Chevron. It is a good example of fossil fuel companies looking at renewable energy microgrids as the way of the future.
As wine country seeks to become more efficient with water and energy resources, the Stone Edge Farm near Sonoma leads the way in sustainable winery with their solar microgrid.
UC Davis and Bosch recently teamed up on an innovative DC Microgrid at a Honda facility.
In Northern California is the Blue Lake Rancheria Microgrid.
Other California Microgrids include the Catalina Island Microgrid,
California, along with New York are leading the way in innovative microgrid deployments. California also has boasts a robust network of energy storage companies, which, along with Microgrids will help the state meet its renewable energy targets.
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