The growing demand for resiliency solutions as extreme weather increases

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COVID-19 and increasing extreme weather events both remind us how globally interdependent society is, revealing just how vulnerable we are to disruptions that impact the production and distribution of goods and services. Communities and businesses are learning that they must be locally resilient to survive. Electricity must be localised, which is why businesses and communities are implementing microgrids to supply reliable and resilient electricity.

In this paper, Bloom Energy explores this need for localised microgrids. Download this paper to learn about:

  • extreme weather, an aging grid and increasing outages
  • a growing demand for microgrid resiliency solutions
  • individual end users by segment
  • annual microgrid deployment by end-user segment

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