Distributed generation refers to a variety of technologies that generate electricity at or near where it will be used, such as solar panels and combined heat and power. It may serve a single structure, such as a home or business, or it may be part of a microgrid (a smaller grid that is also tied into the larger electricity delivery system), such as at a major industrial facility, a military base, or a large college campus.
Designed for harsh environments
Fuel efficient to reduce carbon footprint
Low operating costs
Compact and lightweight
Reduced mechanical complexity
High energy conversion efficiency
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