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As industries increasingly seek reliable power sources independent of the grid, microgrids emerge as a viable alternative. Today we have Steve Pullins, the Chief Technology Officer and SVP of AlphaStruxure, joining the show to shed light on how cutting-edge technologies in the emergence of microgrids are transforming the energy landscape. This discussion explores diverse aspects of microgrids, as well as AlphaStruxure’s distinctive strategy in revolutionizing energy consumption.

Listen in as Steve highlights common misconceptions among business leaders about adopting microgrids and emphasizes the long-term cost-saving benefits for businesses considering this innovative energy solution. You’ll learn what makes microgrids a strategic investment for a sustainable future, the evolution Steve has witnessed in the industry, and what excites him about the future of this technology.

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What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • The evolution of microgrids.
  • Why Steve is so passionate about microgrids.
  • What he is excited about for the future of microgrids.
  • The availability of electrical service.
  • Common misconceptions about businesses adopting microgrids.
  • How microgrids can benefit businesses.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

  • “When you look at what we do working in the industrial, commercial space, there are gigawatts of opportunity on the customer side of the meter. It is perfect for the microgrids.” – Steve Pullins
  • “The new objective that microgrids need to tackle is being an alternative to a major industry when that industry is no longer capable of relying on the grid for the availability of power.” – Steve Pullins
  • “If you have desires for a long-term business you should be considering a microgrid because it is going to save you money in the long haul.” – Steve Pullins

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