Who We Are
Microgrid Institute formed in 2013 to support development of microgrids and distributed energy assets. Our efforts address market development and analysis, regulatory and financial analysis, and microgrid feasibility, development, and deployment initiatives. We apply a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach that supports thorough and objective analysis and execution and engages key stakeholders.
We provide services either on a bilateral basis with private and public clients, or as part of multi-stakeholder partnerships and project initiatives. Frequently we serve in such roles as prime contractor, project manager, grantwriter, and grants manager. We are vendor and partner “agnostic,” and we work with foremost experts in their fields, including technology leaders, legal and policy analysts, financial professionals, and researchers at leading institutions.
We seek to support technology innovation and commercialization; economic and social development; public education; and a sustainable transition from energy poverty to prosperity worldwide.
Microgrid Institute is an equal opportunity contractor. We actively seek to include diverse and underserved populations and individuals in our work, and we apply best practices in ensuring equity and fairness in all management and contracting processes.
Microgrid Institute supports sustainable and resilient local energy development; addressing key issues that affect microgrids and community energy projects; and contributing knowledge and insight to local resiliency and sustainability initiatives, as well as stakeholder engagement and public policy processes