Microgrids Are Giving Power to the People

Developers across the United States are constructing microgrid communities, which are self-sufficient power grids that provide backup electricity to residents. Heron’s Nest in Shallotte, North Carolina, is one such community, offering residents peace of mind with its backup power capabilities. The homes in Heron’s Nest come equipped with solar panels that lower utility bills and reduce carbon footprints. The demand for microgrids is expected to grow as homeowners prioritize energy resilience and more states offer funding and incentives. Microgrid communities like Heron’s Nest are attractive to home developers and buyers seeking energy security and lower utility costs.


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