Energy Independent Microgrid System to be Unveiled at Otis Air National Guard Base

BOURNE – The 102nd Intelligence Wind will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony next week at Otis Air National Guard Base to celebrate the installation’s newly completed microgrid system.

The Otis Microgrid project will provide electrical capabilities almost exclusively based on renewable energy while ensuring a high level of security.

The project was funded through a $6 million grant from the Department of Defense.

The project will transform how the base manages and utilizes energy and will serve as a model for future grid modernization efforts.

The ceremony is August 29.

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