Microgrid controllers are the talk of the industry because of their growing sophistication.
The best of them infuse genius into generators, batteries and other pieces of the microgrid that would otherwise be dumb and inflexible. Microgrid controllers can forecast, figure and optimize — faster than any human being – to leverage these assets.
But that’s not even the real “magic,” says Chris Clippinger, east region business development manager for SEL Engineering Services, a division of Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories.
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