Regulators Want to Know If Georgia Power Considered a Microgrid for the Atlanta Airport


The power outage at the Atlanta airport on December 17th has many people wondering why the busiest airport in the world doesn’t have reliable backup power. Regulators advocate for the use of microgrids to ensure that a power outage as crippling as this one doesn’t happen again. ERock’s CEO, Thomas McAndrew, discusses the importance of structuring the financial deal on a microgrid so that costs and benefits are shared correctly.

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