Our Projects Bring Energy Resiliency to our Customers

AFRICOM

Go Electric was awarded a SBIR grant from US Africa Command to further build upon the current products to push the boundaries of expeditionary energy. Through this contract, the team is implementing new controls architecture and ruggedized components capable of extreme conditions. […]

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C5ISR

Go Electric provided C5ISR a 50kW hybrid power system to demonstrate advanced microgrid controls technology, the ability to control AMMPs generators and support any load with the full functionality of our four quadrant inverters. We are supporting Futures Command efforts to help shape the vision of what expeditionary power needs to be – durable, efficient, flexible, and reliable. This includes developing best practices for control, service, and usability. […]

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Ft Custer Microgrid

Go Electric is delivering a 400 kW/160 kWh battery energy storage system (BESS) and will provide engineering support for the installation and commissioning of the BESS into a facility-wide microgrid. […]

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Tooele Army Depot Microgrid

Go Electric is delivering a 1MW/1MWH battery energy storage system to serve as a critical component of the facility’s self-sufficient microgrid, providing energy security and resiliency to the base. […]

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RISE:NYC Energy Resiliency for Small Businesses

Go Electric is providing four small businesses in NYC metro LYNC DR systems to ensure they are energy secure and resilient, no matter what’s going on with the weather and the grid. […]

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SPIDERS Phase III Microgrid

SPIDERS Phase III is a high-profile DoD/DoE microgrid project aimed at demonstrating a cyber DR, installation-wide smart microgrid with a high penetration of renewables, and capable of automatic forming and operation, plus allowing demand side management and ancillary services.  […]

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