Why should you attend ESBE?

I’m very fortunate that I get to go to a lot of conferences around the country, but the chief complaint I always hear is being stuck in a hotel and not getting an  opportunity to experience the city. The Energy Storage Building Efficiency Conference could be held in a hotel but we wanted you to have some […]

Batteries vs. Fuel Cells

Batteries and fuel cells are ever popular subjects in the ongoing conversation about how we power the world we live in. They are steadfast becoming important components of the energy chain to power things throughout our daily lives. Despite their rising popularity, many people are yet unaware of the differences between the two, their different […]

Finalists announced for Young Professional Engineer of the Year

Mahoning Valley Engineer of the Year awards are in their second year and we are so humbled and honored by the amazing nominee’s and the amount of effort that the nominator’s put into the process this year. We are fortunate to have an unbelievable community of Engineers in the Mahoning Valley and we are excited […]

MICRO-GRID-2

After spending considerable time trying various settings and operating strategies, I now have the inverter working, after a fashion.  Princeton Power has been only marginally helpful during the process, given that this is an old unit, out of warranty.  On thing they did tell me is that normally a 100kW inverter is connected to a […]

Experiences with the setup of a micro-grid at TBEIC

I have been engaged over the last 2 months with the setup of a small micro-grid at TBEIC, to be used for testing customer components that might be used in such grids. We have one customer who expects to test their intelligent breaker in a month or so using our setup. The three primary components […]