New York

Faraday Grid Benefits - a New York State Viewpoint

Faraday Grid Benefits - a New York State Viewpoint

The New York State electricity grid’s challenges – similarly to other grids worldwide - derive from the fact that the current network architecture restraints the system’s ability to accommodate shifting electricity uses and generation types.

Reactive problem solving is not sufficient to sustainably provide the system flexibility such rapid changes require. It is a resilient systemic solution that is required to relieve the system from its pressures and provide an opportunity for further innovation.

Faraday Grid Ltd. (Faraday) has developed a completely new technology that provides a systemic, cost-effective solution. Read Jagadeesh Guda’s white paper that documents the techno-economic implications of the Faraday Grid technology in specific to the New York state electricity grid.

Microgrids, Legacy Grids, and the Faraday Grid

Microgrids, Legacy Grids, and the Faraday Grid

The tenth annual Advanced Energy Conference took place in New York City to bring together influential leaders, key researchers, and policy makers from every part of the energy sector. On the opening day of the conference, Andrew Scobie, Faraday Grid CEO took stage to speak about the pioneering Faraday Grid solution, specifically, the possibilities it can open up for progressing microgrid technology. 

Bringing Faraday Grid’s energy solutions to the U.S. market

Bringing Faraday Grid’s energy solutions to the U.S. market

Faraday Grid is ramping up its U.S. activities this week as we present at the tenth annual Advanced Energy Conference (AEC) taking place in New York City in addition to meeting potential future partners. Our presence is part of a Scottish Development International ‘Mission and Learning Journey’ delegation that seeks to bring high-value, innovative solutions to companies and organisations in the U.S. market. Richard Dowling, Chief Economist and Head of Government Affairs outlines the benefits the Faraday Grid can bring to New York and the world.