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Global Supply Chain Insights
Marina Mayer | Editor-in-Chief | Supply & Demand Chain Executive
The L.I.N.K. podcast kicks of the new year with a deep look at the direct-to-consumer industry and its future. But first, the managing editor offers a refresher in the subject in today's column.
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The Affordable Microgrid: With more extreme weather events and a stressed grid, power reliability is no longer guaranteed. This report explores managed resiliency microgrids as an affordable, clean, and reliable option to eliminate costly inventory loss and maintain secure, uninterrupted operations.

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Today's supply chains are in crisis mode, and industry experts are already anticipating struggles for 2022 into 2023. Industry experts reveal the opportunities and threats set to impact the state of the supply chain.
In an autonomous future, trucking can be safer and more efficient, but reaching this goal will take concerted effort and leadership from developers and regulators.
Annual MFC installations will grow more than 20 times by 2030, from current installed base of about 50 in 2020 to around 6,600 in 2030. And, more than 80% of these MFCs will be deployed in North America in 2022.
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