Although September — National Disaster Preparedness month — is behind us, there’s no better time to focus on the continued, growing demand for decentralized energy services that don’t rely on the traditional power grid. That demand, along with advancements in digitalization, have already transformed many industries, and the combination of these two forces has led to the emergence of microgrids.

Microgrids can play a vital role in critical applications, serving as a solution to an organization’s continuous improvement and long-term sustainability. By integrating several power sources, microgrids can maximize efficiency and ensure uninterrupted power by offering multiple backup options to avoid failure, even in extreme conditions.