With the Northeastern United States breaking snowfall and low temperature records this winter, while the West Coast drags into its fourth year of historic drought, there’s no denying that extreme weather-related events are on the rise.The first decade of the 21st century saw 3,496 natural disasters worldwide, nearly a fivefold increase over the 1970s. In circumstances like these, the ability to reliably maintain power is critical, allowing for faster response times, less property damage and, above all, fewer lives lost. Today we unveiled GridLogic, a microgrid service ensuring any community in the world vulnerable to power outages and high energy costs — including remote or island communities, hospitals and military bases — can have dependable, clean power when the grid is down:
Learn more about GridLogic and request a consultation here.
Originally published at blog.solarcity.com.
As a culture, we adopt new technologies at an ever-faster pace. It’s a fact proven by history. So, could it be just a short time before solar goes mainstream? Could it be just a few years before you see solar panels on a house — anywhere — and don’t give them a second thought?
Consider this: Thomson-Reuters predicts solar will be the planet’s primary energy source by 2025, and futurist Ray Kurzweil predicts solar could provide all the world’s energy by 2030.
That might seem like a stretch, especially outside of a solar early-adopter state like California. Nationally, about 600,000…
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