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New Plug & Play Microgrid Systems Launched By ABB

Originally published on Solar Love. On October 10th, ABB, a pioneer and world leader in microgrid technology, announced a new range of microgrid solutions to enhance and promote distributed power generation. These modular and scalable “plug and play” products are designed expressly to address the needs of remote areas that are not tied to the electrical [&hellip New Plug & Play Microgrid Systems Launched By ABB was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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