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R2B uses a conscious approach to providing microgrid services with clean energy and energy conservation in mind while implementing sustainable development. Our philosophy is to ensure that the projects we develop today, support the improvements of future technologies and opportunities in the rapidly changing renewable energy world for our clients.
R2B is giving a renewable energy projects in the Northwest United States by helping and supporting commercial industrial clients.
What is Microgrid?
A microgrid is a small-scale power grid that can operate independently or in conjunction with the area’s main electrical grid. Any small-scale localized station with its own power resources, generation and loads and definable boundaries qualifies as a microgrid.
What is RCES?
Microgrid solution designed for sub-division, multi-family and affordable housing. Sustainable community with free/low cost renewable energy providing energy security and greater reliability. Increase value, shorter cycle, additional revenue to developer. RCES operator with developer have multiple revenue streams with off taker/utility and net metering.
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They are really reliable at all costs. They explain to me every detail on what we will benefit and how it can help us.
They really are giving me a good mindset in going green especially with my electricity. I am really happy that I am part of global warming and this microgrid really is a good decision. We have a hard time having electricity here in our location but since I knew R2B, everything has changed.
I can say that R2B really helps us since we are really far from the community that provide electricity. With R2B they makes everything possible!! Thank you so much!!
Most microgrids can be further described by one of five categories:
- Off-grid microgrids including islands, remote sites, and other microgrid systems not connected to a local utility network.
- Campus microgrids that are fully interconnected with a local utility grid, but can also maintain some level of service in isolation from the grid, such as during a utility outage. Typical examples serve university and corporate campuses, prisons, and military bases.
- Community microgrids that are integrated into utility networks. Such microgrids serve multiple customers or services within a community, generally to provide resilient power for vital community assets.
- District Energy microgrids that provide electricity as well as thermal energy for heating (and cooling) of multiple facilities.
- Nanogrids comprised of the smallest discrete network units with the capability to operate independently. A nanogrid can be defined as a single building or a single energy domain.
Our Recent Projects
You can check our successful recent projects on facilities and communities.
R2B with its partners want to provide a member-owned community microgrid model that enables individuals to directly own panels in a community solar farm on
A small city in Central Oregon wants to establish community scale microgrid that encompasses 5 sites that have been identified as critical facilities. They consist
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The new framework makes this critical level of grid-edge communication possible and is developed in response to the proliferation such as wind and solar power.
Open Field Message Bus (OpenFMB) is a framework and reference architecture comprised of existing standards that enables grid edge interoperability and distributed intelligence, augments operational systems, and enhances integration with field devices.
The increasing number of natural disasters and aging infrastructure are endangering our communities. Facilities, institutions and residential users that cannot afford even a short interruption to their operation from a power outage can take control of their destiny by bring energy generation, distribution and management on-site.
For example, during the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake in Japan, many faculties from Tokyo to Fukushima started to suffer power outage with in the first 5 minuets. City power stations including Biomass, Coal, Wind and Solar were undamaged but could not deliver power. However, universities and faculties with support of microgrids recovered immediately.