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Thanks to all who visited us at the MIT Career Fair on September 23, & thanks to @MITCareers for hosting the event! Always exciting to meet the next generation of innovators, visionaries & disruptors!

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Thanks to all who visited us at the MIT Career Fair on September 23, & thanks to @MITCareers for hosting the event! Always exciting to meet the next generation of innovators, visionaries & disruptors!

If you haven't already, view our open positions here: https://bit.ly/3CgdW2r

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Catch Heila at RE+ 2022 to See the Future of Energy Resiliency, Now

Catch Heila at RE+ 2022 to See the Future of Energy Resiliency, Now RE+ is upon us once again, and Heila Technologies is primed to impress at this year’s event. Showcasing our success as a front runner in solar industry innovation and building the future of energy resiliency, Heila will be on-site at Booth 4036…

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Green Energy stock art for earth day

Shouldn’t every day be Earth Day?

As we at Heila celebrate this important day, we are taking the chance to reflect on its significance as well as the mission that drives our innovation: to enable renewable and distributed energy resources (DERs) to become the pillars of a cleaner, more resilient, and more equitable electric grid.

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Electrical Transmission Lines in Winter

Lessons learned from past blackouts

Climate change has caused extreme weather events like hurricanes, wildfires, and powerful winter storms to increase in both intensity and frequency. As more regions across the country face extended power outages due to these events, we are confronted with the harsh reality that a centralized grid is not well suited to meet the growing need for climate resiliency. Recently, we saw this across the state of Texas, where record-low temperatures and two severe winter storms forced the grid operator to institute power shut-offs for millions of people in order to prevent the collapse of the entire grid. The traditional centralized hub-and-spoke architecture of the power grid needs support, and distributed energy resource (DER) systems like microgrids have the potential to do just that, providing local resiliency while simultaneously easing the grid’s load during emergencies.

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