Duke Energy, Microgrid
Duke Energy’s Mount Holly microgrid test site consists of two battery energy storage systems totaling 900 kW/451 kWh, 120 kW of solar and roughly 500 kW of controllable load.

Lessons Learned From Microgrid Projects

Duke Energy deployed two microgrid pilots to understand and tackle engineering and distributed intelligence issues.

Microgrids have become one of the most commonly debated topics at industry con-ferences. In recent years, the advancement and development of different technologies and communications has led to the launch of multiple microgrid pilot projects in the United States. The majority of these microgrid projects share the same objectives:

Correction: March 14, 2017
Aleksandar Vukojevic (one of the authors names) is not appearing in the list of authors.

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