The microgrid at Ram’s Hill Golf Course in Borrego Springs is expected to save the owner $300,000 annually in electricity. The system took five months to build. Photo courtesy of CleanSpark LLC

The microgrid at Ram’s Hill Golf Course in Borrego Springs is expected to save the owner $300,000 annually in electricity. The system took five months to build. Photo courtesy of CleanSpark LLC

— The recently acquired Poway energy software company that developed the microgrid running Camp Pendleton’s power system has completed the initial phase of a larger version serving a commercial client in Borrego Springs...

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