Russelectric to Exhibit at Solar and Energy Storage Northeast Annual Conference
Russelectric, A Siemens Business, announces that it will be exhibiting at the Solar and Energy Storage Northeast Conference, to be held June 9-10, 2021 in Boston, Massachusetts. Solar and Energy Storage Northeast is the largest learning forum in the Northeast for the solar and energy storage industries regarding trends and legislation impacting grid resilience and reliability in the region. Russelectric will showcase its Advanced Microgrid Controls Solution at booth 513.
The Russelectric Advanced Microgrid Controls Solution integrates and optimizes a facility’s onsite energy assets into a seamless microgrid: diesel generators, cogen, fuel cells, microturbines, solar PV, batteries, and critical and non-critical demands. At the core are Russelectric’s transfer switches, switchgear, and power controller that provide physical, data, and control integration of a facility’s onsite demand and generation assets.
In addition, the Russelectric Advanced Microgrid Controls Solution improves grid outage business continuity while reducing energy costs and carbon footprint. It also improves facility power quality, benefiting internal equipment and reducing utility power quality charges via dynamic islanding capabilities, fast and reliable decoupling, automatic black start of backup generators, seamless grid resynchronization, and more. Depending on power control needs, an optional SCADA and Electric Power Management System can be added. Russelectric can also provide storage systems or work with a user’s selected storage supplier.
The Russelectric Advanced Microgrid Controls Solution is part of Siemens’ holistic approach to microgrids. This includes providing individual components for microgrids, such as switchgear, more integrated solutions such as the Advanced Microgrid Controls Solution which is a packaged solution of switchgear plus microgrid controller, or even delivering a turnkey microgrid that can be provided at no upfront cost to the customer via an Energy as a Service agreement. This portfolio of offerings enables Siemens to be a one stop shop for microgrid needs and helps the company meet its customers’ evolving needs.