Alternative Energy Systems Consulting, Inc.
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Planning Resiliency for Critical Facilities
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, resilience is defined as “The ability of a power system and its components to withstand and adapt to disruptions and rapidly recover from them.” With climate change directly impacting power supply, both in risk to infrastructure from fire and from demand that exceeds capacity at peak hours, the need for energy resilience is ever more present, and nowhere is that felt more than in our critical facilities. In California, increasing temperatures and dry conditions are causing more frequent and severe wildfires. Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) and other California utilities routinely perform public service power shutoffs (PSPS) to help avoid triggering wildfires, especially during wind events. California businesses and governmental agencies need to keep their most critical facilities up and running during PSPS events to prevent loss of revenue and to provide needed services and safety for their constituents.
More about AESC Energy Resiliency Planning Services
AESC has a number of resources that can help explain the process of Energy Resiliency Planning and show examples of how this process can help protect your organization from power outages.
About AESC, Inc.
Founded in 1994, Alternative Energy Systems Consulting, Inc. (AESC) is an energy engineering and consulting firm that drives solutions in energy efficiency, renewable energy, distributed energy resources, and software for utilities, governments, and the private sector.