Power for Health Community Medical Centers (Nationwide)
Working with Direct Relief and Collective Energy in the Power for Health Project, American Microgrid Solutions designs and manages the installation of resilient power systems for community medical centers nationwide. Projects are underway in California, North Carolina, Louisiana and Florida.
Lenox Center Resilience Hub (Detroit, MI)
Working with Elevate Energy, the City of Detroit and the GM Foundation, American Microgrid Solutions designed a hybrid 70 kW solar, 125 kW / 220 kWh battery and generator power system for A.B. Ford Park is a 34-acre park on Detroit's east riverfront bounded by the Scripps St. to the north, Lakewood St. to the east and Lenox St. to the west. The site has a unique history including two Nike Missile towers (de-activated in the 1960s).
California Indian Museum & Cultural Center Resilience Hub (Santa Rosa, CA)
American Microgrid Solutions designed and managed installation of a 77 kW solar array and will soon begin installation of a 125 kW / 220 kWh battery system for this Resilience Hub serving communities in the wildfire zone in Sonoma County, CA. The California Indian Museum & Cultural Center portrays California Indian history and culture from an Indian perspective and showcases and encourages the present-day renaissance of California Indian culture, affirming its survival and continued vitality in the face of extreme adversity
Cambridge Community Center Resilience Hub (Cambridge, MA)
Working with the Cambridge Community Center, American Microgrid Solutions designed and is managing installation of a solar + storage microgrid that will power a resilience hub serving the community.
Maui Resilience Hub Network (Maui, HI)
To overcome climate change and meet sustainability challenges, Maui County is establishing a network of Resilience Hubs on the islands of Maui, Molokaʻi, and Lānaʻi. The County engaged American Microgrid Solutions and adopted the Urban Sustainability Directors’ Network’s (USDN) Guide to Developing Resilience Hubs as its basis of design to design and develop this Network. Maui County’s Resilience Hub Network will feature up to 12 sites and will serve as a model for communities around the world.
Detroit Clean Energy Contractor Accelerator Program (Detroit, MI)
The Detroit Clean Energy Contractor Accelerator program works to prepare local contractors to lead the clean energy transition in Detroit and greater Michigan. Led by Elevate Energy and American Microgrid Solutions with participation from community partners including Ryter Cooperative Industries, the program works closely with the City of Detroit on an initiative led by Eastside Community Network. The Resilient Eastside Initiative strategically leverages resources, services, and resilient infrastructure to build resilience hubs across Detroit, which will include the installation of solar+storage systems. Hubs will include access to broadband and other services that support community members during extreme weather and power outages.
U.S. Geologic Survey Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Water Science Center
Designed and installed a 209 kW solar system for U.S. Geologic Survey's Water Science Center next to the University of Maryland Baltimore County campus, in Catonsville, MD. This facility serves as the main office for the Maryland-Delaware-District of Columbia where a staff of scientists, technicians, and support personnel are committed to providing accurate and timely information to MD, DE, DC, and the Nation.
American Microgrid Solutions managed the finance and installation of a 96 kW rooftop solar array for award-winning, adaptive-reuse, mixed-income community for seniors. Built under the direction of WinnDevelopment within the three-story core of the 84-year-old former East Haven High School building, The Tyler features 70 apartments for individuals aged 55+, a fitness center, craft room, outdoor courtyard, on-site management office, and a resident lounge. The property was recently named as the nation’s Best Overall Development and Green Building of the Year in Affordable Housing Finance magazine’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards
Cimmarron District Forestry Office (Ute, NM)
Designed resilient power solution for New Mexico Energy, Mineral and Natural Resources Department's Cimarron District forestry office, a remote station charged with managing forestry operations and forest fire response for 5.6 million acres in New Mexico.
Urban Sustainability Directors Network Resilience Hub
Working with the Urban Sustainability Directors Network, American Microgrid Solutions is optimizing Hybrid Resilient Power Systems for USDN Resiliency Hub projects. Resilience Hubs are community-building facilities augmented to support residents, typically in the most vulnerable communities, and coordinate resource distribution and services before, during or after a natural hazard event. More than locations for supplies, communications, and resources, USDN’s Resilience Hubs will be mechanisms for community revitalization and community empowerment. Resilience Hubs offer an exciting opportunity to advance local goals related to equity, GHG reductions, and resilience in a manner that meets other important community needs. American Microgrid Solutions working with USDN to optimize Hybrid Resilient Power Systems that incorporate solar PV and storage with other sources of power to keep these facilities running during power outages and natural hazard events.
Clean Energy Group Resilient Power Project
American Microgrid Solutions works with the Clean Energy Group’s Resilient Power Project to support community resilience through The Resilient Power Project, a joint initiative of Clean Energy Group and Meridian Institute. This initiative focuses on accelerating market development of resilient, clean energy solutions for affordable housing and critical community facilities in low-income and disadvantaged communities. The Project is targeted to the deployment of solar PV combined with energy storage (solar+storage) – to power essential services during extended power outages and to reduce the economic burden of energy costs in vulnerable communities. The goal is to further clean energy equity by ensuring that all communities have access to the economic, health, and resiliency benefits that solar and energy storage technologies can provide.
Easton Sustainability Campus (Easton, MD)
Supported development of the Easton Sustainability Campus by Easton Utilities. The campus includes a microgrid that combines 1 MW of landfill gas from the adjacent property and up to 2MW of solar generation. The microgrid supports Easton’s state-of-the-art Enhanced Nutrient Removal Wastewater Treatment Facility.