The Microgrid Case Studies: Community Resilience for Natural Disasters Utilities in CA and the Pacific Northwest are mitigating community disruption from wildfires and earthquakes through innovative partnerships and microgrid projects Blue Planet Energy constructed microgrids in Puerto Rican schools that survived earthquakes in 2020. Ocracoke Island’s microgrid restored power within 3 days after Hurricane Dorian in 2019 In 2019, 14 natural disasters in the US each caused over $1 billion in damages. Resilience is a must-have, with utilities and governments using microgrids to power critical systems and integrate distributed energy resources. Download for real-world microgrid strategies. Find out how the Ocracoke Island microgrid restored power within 3 days, after Hurricane Dorian in 2019. SEPA explores six different case studies supporting The Microgrid Playbook: Community Resilience for Natural Disasters. Learn more in: The Microgrid Playbook: Community Resilience for Natural Disasters. Portland General Electric (PGE) Resilience and Microgrid Strategy against Earthquakes Snohomish County Public Utility District (PUD) Resilience and Microgrid Strategy against Earthquakes, Wind and Ice Storms North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (NCEMC) and Tideland Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) Resilience and Microgrid Strategy against Hurricanes, Flooding and High Winds Southern California Edison (SCE) Resilience and Microgrid Strategy against Wildfires Blue Planet Energy Resilience and Microgrid Strategy in Puerto Rico Download the Highlights Deck Name* First Last Email* Company* Title* Organization Type*UtilityCorporateGovernment, Non-Profit & Education Submit Sign me up to receive updates on Grid Integration?