Save Your Energy: A Look at the Resilient Power Hub


As solutions like co-generation and solar paneling begin to overtake less efficient fossil fuels, it can be tough for an association to navigate this growing field. Bright Power, an energy and water management service provider out of New York City and Oakland, California, has shaken things up of late via the introduction of the Resilient Power Hub (RPH) – a micro-grid system that combines co-generation, solar PV, and reserve battery storage.

As the company recently installed the city’s first RPH for residential use in The Bronx – with additional ones in Brooklyn and Queens on the way – The Cooperator spoke with James Hannah, VP of Client Services at Bright Power to discuss how this hybrid technology might be utilized by community associations going forward.

Read the interview here.