“What Cities Should Do: A Guide to Resilient Power Planning” is a series of guidelines and best practices for cities and towns preparing to deal with the impacts of severe weather events. In the event of a power outage, cities should have a resilient power plan for critical public and private facilities in order to protect their most vulnerable citizens. This paper calls for a systematic approach to protect critical facilities with smarter resilient power solutions.
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Author(s): Lew Milford, Robert Sanders
Published By: Clean Energy Group
Project: Energy Storage Policy, Resilient Power Project
Short Link: http://bit.ly/CEG-Resilient-Cities
Technologies: Energy Storage, Hydrogen & Fuel Cells, Microgrid, Solar PV, Solar+Storage