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How an Illinois utility used wind, solar and storage to power a microgrid for 24 hours
by David J. Unger
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31 August 2017
On 31 August 2017 Midwest Energy News reported:
A Midwest utility has taken a critical step closer toward a distributed, decentralized power grid. Notably, the microgrid was able to complete the 24-hour test without relying on fossil-fuel generation, making it a 100 per cent-renewable islanding event. 'Islanding' refers to a microgrid -- itself a network of power generation and consumption -- temporarily disconnecting itself from the broader, regional power grid.
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