Positive Future #214 (Feature photo – Hurricane Damage in Puerto Rico – CCO 1.0 Universal Public Domain))
The significant failure of large utilities in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria has started a small but steady exploration of micro grids.
Sonnen, Inc., headquartered in the USA, just announced it has installed its 11th small solar plus battery storage set-up in Puerto Rico, according to a recent Clean Technica story. While it is far from solving the larger power issues of Puerto Rico, the installations are demonstrating to the world that smaller – decentralized – power grids hold hope for a world seeking greater resiliency. You can read the full story here: