Macrogrids are the traditional energy grids designed to cover wide areas of energy fairly common in major cities. They were designed to support the increased sprawl of population in major cities, suburbs and outlying areas. However, as the population began to increase, temperature variants became extreme, and technology required larger amount of power consumption, Macrogrids have faced significant challenges to support the demand. The power sources are usually dependent on fossil fuels for critical and non-critical loads.
Microgrids are designed to support more specific applications and can range from small power requirements to larger interfaces when multiplied for larger applications. Microgrids use various forms of power and in most cases are a combination of power sources ranging from solar and water to create electricity or hydrogen.
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