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Caramy Biederman

Principal Engineer, Renewable Energy Systems

As principal engineer, renewable energy systems for Faith Technologies, a sister company to EnTech Solutions, Caramy has proven energy design engineering and construction experience with a combination of solar, wind, combined heat and power (CHP) engines and microturbines, waste-to-energy systems, energy storage systems and electric vehicle infrastructure. Her focus includes developing solutions for renewable energy systems, electric vehicle infrastructure and microgrid designs.

Caramy received her Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Architectural Engineering – Building Electrical Systems from Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, WI. She joined the organization in 2016 after previous experience with Symbiont.

Articles by Caramy

Growth of EV Market Driving Microgrid Demand

05.25.2022 | Distributed Energy Resources/Microgrids | EV Charging

Growth of EV Market Driving Microgrid Demand

Demand for microgrids is growing along the same trajectory as electric vehicles (EVs) as a cost-effective energy option that offers resilience, sustainability and scalability for future growth. Learn how a microgrid with battery storage could support your EV fleet.

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7 Tips for Successful Fleet EV Transition

11.10.2021 | EV Charging

7 Tips for Successful Fleet EV Transition

Transitioning your fleet to electric vehicles can feel overwhelming. These 7 tips can help ensure your success.

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Using DERs to Transition Your Fleet to Electric Vehicles

10.20.2021 | Distributed Energy Resources/Microgrids | EV Charging

Using DERs to Transition Your Fleet to Electric Vehicles

Transitioning fleet trucks and cars to electric vehicles can feel overwhelming. Using Distributed Energy Resources can provide resilience and reduce your carbon footprint.

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