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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