Seat Pleasant Smart City Project (Seat Pleasant, MD)
American Microgrid Solutions is proud to serve the residents of Seat Pleasant, Maryland, A City of Excellence, at the edge of Washington DC, by providing guidance on the development of alternative energy sources for Seat Pleasant’s innovative Smart City.
Baltimore Resilience Hub (Baltimore, MD)
American Microgrid Solutions has proudly served communities in Baltimore, MD supporting the Baltimore Office of Sustainability's work to develop community resilience hubs in in the City of Baltimore.
School 77 Hybrid Resilient Power System (Buffalo, NY)
We are proud to serve the residents of Buffalo, New York’s West Side neighborhood as we work with PUSH Buffalo, the Buffalo Neighborhood Stabilization Corp and the Clean Energy Group on the innovative re-redevelopment of the former Buffalo Public School District School 77. The renovated building will be a mixed commercial- and residential-use facility that includes apartments for low-income seniors, office space for community-based organizations, production space for a local African American theater collective, and publicly accessible recreational and open spaces. School 77 is located at the outer edge of PUSH Buffalo’s 30-block Green Development Zone (GDZ) in the heart of Buffalo’s West Side neighborhood. American Microgrid Solutions, along with our partners muGrid Analytics, is optimizing a Hybrid Resilient Power System for School 77.
Brighton Campus Microgrid (Brighton, MA)
We are proud to serve the Brighton Campus community in Brighton, Massachusetts. The Brighton Campus includes three interconnected senior residential living facilities Ulin House, Leventhal House and Gitta & Saul Kurlat House. American Microgrid Solutions is working with Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly and Clean Energy Group to optimize a hybrid resilient microgrid for the Brighton Campus.
Coleman House Hybrid Resilient Power System (Newton Highlands, MA)
We are proud to serve the Coleman House community, a senior living facility in Newton Highlands, Massachusetts. Working with Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly we are optimizing a hybrid renewable energy system that incorporates solar PV and battery storage for Coleman House. For more than 50 years, JCHE has proudly offered exceptional housing where older adults of all backgrounds can thrive independently within a supportive environment.
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)
American Microgrid Solutions is proud to have served the residents of the Town of Easton, Maryland working with Easton Utilities, an innovative, not-for-profit, community-owned utility, to develop 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.
Princeton Windrows Hybrid Resilient Power Project (Princeton, NJ)
We are proud to serve the community of Princeton Windrows, a senior-living community in Princeton, New Jersey. Working with the community, we are analyzing and optimizing hybrid resilient power systems and energy efficiency solutions designed to increase resilience, reduce operating cost and enhance sustainability.
Urban Sustainability Directors Network Resilience Hubs (Nationwide)
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.