Wesleyan University is the site of the first of Connecticut's microgrids to come online through the a state microgrid program. We'll

Next to the Freeman Athletic Center at Wesleyan University, Alan Rubacha, the director of the physical plant and capital projects, displays part of the micro grid infrastructure he oversees.

( Patrick Raycraft / March 4, 2014 )

Next to the Freeman Athletic Center at Wesleyan University, Alan Rubacha, the director of the physical plant and capital projects, displays part of the micro grid infrastructure he oversees.

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