Up until recently, large load facilities have had a backup solution and have been grid connected. But because of grid constraints, they are choosing to be off-grid, according to Elham Akhavan of Wood Mackenzie.

Owners of data centers and other facilities with large loads are increasingly talking to microgrid providers about building off-grid microgrids to ensure they have electricity when utilities are power-strapped or when utilities can’t provide interconnection in a timely manner. But it’s likely these microgrids will become connected to the grid. Read the full article on microgridknowledge.com.

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