Resiliency can assure a safe environment of care

May 28, 2020

For healthcare facilities, energy resiliency remains the key factor in maintaining normal operations during an extended power outage, according to an article on the Microgrid Knowledge website.

Resiliency assures a safe environment of care. Healthcare facilities across the country have identified energy resiliency as fundamental requirements for future preparedness and microgrids are more resilient during a prolonged outage.

Microgrids represent a shift from remote central station power plants toward localized generation, keeping operations running when the power grid goes down.  

Microgrids can provide efficient, low-cost, clean energy while also enhancing resiliency, and improving the operation and stability of the regional electric grid.

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