Smart technology will make green energy system cheaper, BNEF study concludes

Madeleine Cuff
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Research from Eaton, BNEF, and Statkraft assesses how technologies such energy storage, smart charging, and demand response will help power systems in UK and Germany decarbonise at least cost

The UK should make wider use of energy storage systems and other smart technologies if it wants to decarbonise its power grid at the lowest cost possible, according to new research released today by Bloomberg...

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