Coronavirus slows US microgrid market despite growing need for resilience

GREEN TECH MEDIA | The coronavirus pandemic has thrown a wrench into U.S. microgrid development and may delay project origination and timelines over the next year, according to Wood Mackenzie’s latest review and forecast. 

The first half of 2020 was the slowest for the U.S. microgrid market since 2016, with only 58 megawatts of projects on the books, according to WoodMac’s survey of projects of at least 100 kilowatts in size. That’s a steep drop from the 291 megawatts of projects installed in the first half of 2019. 

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