New Report Highlights how Organizations are Leveraging Energy Infrastructure to Avoid Outages

Today’s organizations and enterprises, especially those dealing with mission-critical facilities or emergency services, know the negative impact of power outages.

Hurricanes and wildfires have “exposed vulnerabilities in our energy system,” according to a new white paper from Ameresco.

No longer are occasional power outages considered a cost of doing business. Avoiding outages is top of mind. But according to the report, continued aging of grid infrastructure in the US, compounded by a lack of investment in new systems, will only lead to greater downtime.

How should organizations react? Ameresco focuses on organizations’ growing ability to leverage their own infrastructure and energy assets to avoid future outages and become more resilient. Think distributed energy and microgrids.

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