The Camp Pendleton FractalGrid Demonstration Project was presented at Realcomm's Intelligent Building's Conference (IBCon) on June 9 in San Antonio, TX. Here is a description of QESC's technology.
Utilizing innovative advanced energy storage that can handle up to six full charge/discharge cycles a day for up to 50,000 cycles (with a 25 yr. minimum warranty), essential loads are supported for a set minimum number of days utilizing renewable resources and traditional backup power systems.
In the article Jim Young, Realcomm's Co-Founder and CEO, mentioned:
The result was possibly the most advanced microgrid / smart building project in the world, which generated 140% of the required electricity for the project.
The project article can be found here.