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  • Helping consumers by increasing energy reliability and stabilizing energy costs.
  • Providing alternate sources of renewable energy to help communities meet their increasing energy demands.
  • Improve aggregate reliability for utilities
  • Increase visibility into all utility generation resources, and help them  reach their Renewable Portfolio Standards goals.

​General Microgrids is fully active in the following organization platforms:


Our team is active in the United Nation (UN) Foundation Smart Grid work force and supports the Santa Fe Global Microgrid Center and Grid Wise Alliance. We also are part of the Smart Grid Federal Advisory Committee of the Dept of Commerce as well as advisor of the US Department of Energy, the California Energy Commission, the Department of Energy Laboratories, and UC Berkley Microgrid Laboratory.


SDG&E Smart Grid Overview

In Borrego Springs, Calif., a remote village in a desert valley 90 miles northeast of San Diego, Sempra Energy is reinforcing its reputation as a forward-thinking energy company. Through its San Diego Gas & Electric subsidiary (SDG&E), Sempra is implementing a microgrid, a self-contained mini power grid that can keep the lights on in a community cut off from its main power supply due to a blackout, natural disaster, or terror attack.
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