Could low carbon decentralisation create a less puzzling energy system?

Michael Holder
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Energy policy should put the user first, ADE argues
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Energy policy should put the user first, ADE argues

Putting business and residential energy users at the heart of more streamlined energy policy could unlock CO2 and cost savings, the ADE argues

In the modern home, generation and control of energy is starting to move into the hands of consumers. Today you can buy solar panel-and-battery combos off the shelf in IKEA, enabling your house to produce...

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