The Red Hook Community Microgrid Project is a smart grid project located in Brooklyn, New York, US.
The Red Hook Community Microgrid Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is a microgrid project with a rated capacity of 10MW. It is implemented in the town/community.
The smart grid project is owned by New York State Energy Research & and Development Authority and developed by Brooklyn Microgrid.
The Red Hook Community Microgrid Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Energy Storage System
New York State Energy Research & and Development Authority have partnered with Brooklyn Microgrid to construct and complete the Red Hook Community Microgrid Project.
– A microgrid planned for a low-income neighborhood in Brooklyn could utilize up to 10 MW, according to a report from Bloomberg Business.
– The Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn was hit hard by hurricanes Sandy and Irene, suffering power outages that lasted weeks. Depending on how it is designed, the microgrid — being developed by the group Red Hook NY Rising Community Reconstruction Plan — could supply residents with between 2 MW and 10 MW of power. The grid would utiilize both commercial and residential distributed generation sources, including solar power.
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