The Carlyle Group will put hundreds of millions of dollars toward owning and operating microgrids, tackling the industry’s financing challenges. Dynamic Energy Networks CEO, Karen Morgan, discusses how this commitment from Carlyle in our platform is transforming the new energy landscape.
As the energy sector increasingly shifts from one-way, static power grids to two-way, dynamic power infrastructure, Dynamic Energy Networks (DEN) today announced strategic alliances with established energy and industrial sector powerhouses Schneider Electric and The Carlyle Group.
Healthcare CEO’s have a dilemma. Do I spend our precious capital dollars on new technology and the life-saving measures it brings, or do I spend it on improving our energy situation?
Andrew Marino, Co-Head of Carlyle Global Infrastructure at The Carlyle Group, defines infrastructure as the foundation that includes all the basic systems and facilities our country, state, and towns need to support our economy, which has been lacking due to the current regulatory regime. Mr. Marino discuss on Bloomberg how Public-Private Partnerships can be the key framework to improving infrastructure.
Engineers learn early to first understand what the problem is before setting out to solve it. In the grid industry, the majority of effort spent on reliability is focused on the wrong problem.
Hear our CEO Karen Morgan speak about our strategic alliance with Schneider Electric and The Carlyle Group to provide customers and investors with an opportunity to tap into the hyper growth "Energy-as- a-Service” market.