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There is a strange misconception that today’s energy crisis is a matter of opinion, where consumers will forever have the option of choosing to switch to solar and other renewable energy sources and deciding to stick with fossil fuels. In reality, it’s not an all-or-nothing decision; as it stands right now, solar and fossil fuels can co-exist. As the availability of fossil fuels becomes more limited and solar power continues to grow in popularity, ongoing developments in solar energy production have contributed to the rising popularity of sustainable energy.
Developing an Edge-Powered Grid
Participating in an edge-powered grid by generating solar power without going completely off-grid allows property owners to enjoy the best of both worlds. They can take advantage of the lower cost of solar energy and its smaller environmental footprint without having to worry about going off-grid completely and providing 100% of their own power. Plus, those living in areas that have already adopted an edge-powered grid scenario and generate more power using solar than they need can sell it back to the grid.
Grid Instabilities