Managed Power Resiliency

Enchanted Rock, your partner for Managed Power Resiliency (MPR), has reinvented how organizations ensure power resiliency for their operations with fully managed clean microgrids, support services, and flexible pricing options designed for fast, simple, and worry-free protection from extended grid outages. High availability solutions, backed by skilled personnel and advanced systems, result in low risk, predictable resiliency.

iROC: Reduce Costs, Risk, and Complexity

Integrated Resiliency on Call, or iROC, delivers a flexible model to provide customers an end-to-end managed service model to reduce risk, maintain resiliency, and improve ROI. Based on experience operating over 200 microgrids with Enchanted Rock’s ultra-clean, patented microgrid technology, our services include the engineering, design, procurement, construction, installation, operations, maintenance, and dispatch of the microgrid system for a 10 to 20-year service agreement. Alternative options are also available.

Benefits of iROC


Our microgrids run often and run loaded, providing constant conditioning and testing which leads to a higher level of availability than traditional diesel backup.


When customers are not using backup power, Enchanted Rock aggregates the generators and sells power back to the grid to earn revenue. These frequent runs allow us to subsidize the cost for customers substantially.


Our microgrids use clean-burning natural gas that compared to diesel reduce emissions by orders of magnitude.


Enchanted Rock manages the assets and is responsible for the maintenance and operations of our resiliency microgrids, allowing customers to focus on their core business.


With a sound level of <68 dBa at 7 meters and a footprint of 8.5 by 10 feet, Enchanted Rock generators allow for multiple layout configurations and improved power density.


Enchanted Rock gensets supply the grid with a quickstart generation source during normal operating conditions that supports the integration of renewable energy sources by supplying capacity to the grid when renewable power may be low.