Cutting Foreign Oil, Saving Lives With California Microgrid Projects: CEC Chairman Part 2

California microgrid projects supported by CEC

California microgrid projects supported by California Energy Commission chairman Weisenmiller.

California microgrid projects are expected to cut the use of foreign oil and save lives, says Robert Weisenmiller, chairman of the California Energy Commission. The commission has awarded $1.7 million for a military microgrid demonstration project. This is Part 2 of our California microgrid projects interviews by Lisa Cohn. Subscribe to our podcast here:

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  1. Kathy Larsen says:

    Lisa, this one, Part 2, is really interesting in giving us some (for me, anyway) good new understanding of how microgrids work. But too, I’m impressed with Weisenmiller’s knowledge of the issue. Pretty great handle on it.

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