Why buy a head of lettuce from across the country when your local farmer’s market has fresh lettuce just harvested that morning?
 

The same can be said of power: why buy power from far away states and provinces when you can generate where you consume, and avoid the line losses from remote generation? 
 

The modern grid is a miracle in its complexity and reliability, but the average transformer in that grid is over 70 years old: maybe we should lower our demands on the grid and broaden our sources of generation. 

 

Please use the contact link  to learn more about how BRASH fits into that model.