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When You See A Flying Microgrid...

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A fascinating story that has inspired people around the world is the record-shattering journey that the completely solar-powered plane, Solar Impulse 2, is making. While we think of land-based microgrid communities when we think of microgrids, Solar Impulse 2 is essentially a microgrid in the sky, which is a fun way to bring attention to the feasibility and benefits of microgrids on the ground. Raising awareness is a key aim of Solar Impulse, which is one key reason ABB is such an ideal core partner for the project. As Solar Impulse 2 pilot and co-founder Bertrand Piccard notes in the video above:

"The partnership with ABB is not only technological; it's also a partnership in spirit. Because what we try to do at Solar Impulse is to demonstrate how clean technologies can be used to achieve the impossible, and it's clear if we can fly day and night with no fuel, it means these technologies are mature [enough] to also help people on the ground to reduce their energy consumption and their CO2 emissions. And, in that sense, I think ABB gives the credibility to what we are doing in the air, because they do it on the ground for everybody."

So, what exactly is ABB doing on the microgrid front? I encourage you to check out my 2013 interview with ABB’s Maxine Ghavi about the company’s work in microgrids, before talk of microgrids was really heating up. ABB has since taken on projects in Hawaii (where Solar Impulse 2 recently returned to the skies after a bit of a sabbatical), AntarcticaChileAustraliathe island of Faial in the Atlantic Ocean, and Kodiak Island in Alaska, just to name a few locations. Great stuff.

For more on this story, see: "Microgrids Can Fly."

–Zach Shahan, Director & Chief Editor, CleanTechnica

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