Life without our mobile phone seems pretty unimaginable, doesn’t it? We now carry along our phone/camera/computer in our hands, and, if you want to believe a recent movie, some of us even fall in love with the personal assistant. “(You) Siri – why am I here?…(Siri) I can’t answer that for you, can I?”
But what about microgrids, why not have a personal mobile i-power source? If you bear with me I’ll show you why that isn’t so farfetched. The mobile “i-uGrid” may already be on the way.
First, disasterous weather events and always-charged EVs are easy reasons to have them. As the recent hurricanes have made all too apparent, the occurrence of power outages is