Solar Power Northeast is the largest learning forum in the Northeastern United States for the solar and energy storage industries, and serves as a forum for discussing trends and legislation impacting grid resilience and reliability in the region.
Russelectric will showcase their Distributed Energy Control (or RDEC) solution which integrates and optimizes a facility’s onsite energy assets into a seamless microgrid: diesel generators, cogen, fuel cells, microturbines, solar PV, batteries, and critical and non-critical demands.
At the core of each RDEC, Russelectric’s transfer switches, switchgear, and power controller provide physical, data, and control integration of a facility’s onsite demand and generation assets.
According to the manufacturer, RDEC improves grid outage business continuity while reducing energy costs and carbon footprint - whilst, additionally, improving facility power quality to benefit internal equipment and reducing utility power quality charges via dynamic islanding capabilities, fast and reliable decoupling, automatic black start of backup generators and seamless grid resynchronization.
Depending on power control needs, an optional SCADA and Electric Power Management System can be added, with storage systems also available for companies that are not already working with a selected storage supplier.
Russelectric will be operating an interactive kiosk showcasing RDEC to visitors at booth 102.
Visit www.russelectric.com for additional information.