Resilience Re-Imagined: Montgomery County Uses Microgrid Technology to Weather the Storm

March 14, 2019
When weather-induced incidences put a quarter of a million people in Montgomery County, Maryland without power, energy project manager, Michael Yambrach, turned to microgrids. With Schneider Electric's help, the county now can keep important functions that service the community operating even in the event of a power grid outage.
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