New Partnership Will Work to Hasten Commercial Adoption of Renewable Energy Microgrid Solutions

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Image courtesy of CleanSpark.

Renova Power Networks has partnered with San Diego-based CleanSpark to facilitate global deployment of best-in-class microgrid technology, reduce carbon emissions cost-effectively, and increase energy security and independence.

Renova has established a focused subsidiary, Renova Energy Management, to work arm-in-arm with CleanSpark on a wide array of renewable energy microgrid projects. The market is projected to grow 300% over the next five years, from $225 million in 2016 to $1 billion in 2020. 

“We see the market for renewable energy generation plus storage positioned for exponential growth, and an impactful new period of adoption, cost-effectiveness, and reliability. CleanSpark’s technology integrates multiple energy generation assets with the broadest array of energy storage solutions,” observed Rick Tallman, CEO of Renova. “We are pleased to partner with CleanSpark to develop, finance, and implement affordable microgrid solutions.”

“Renova’s expertise in infrastructure finance and project development has enabled the integration of numerous innovative technologies into existing and evolving markets. We’re thrilled about this partnership, which will help CleanSpark rapidly develop scalable advanced microgrid systems worldwide,” said Michael Firenze, CEO of CleanSpark.

CleanSpark and Renova are already working together on a number of microgrid projects in the U.S. (California and New York), the Caribbean, Central America, Canada, and South Africa.

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