Centrica and sonnen team up to create UK's 'most advanced' virtual power plant

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 The sonnen batteries will work together as one big virtual power plant | Credit: sonnen
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The sonnen batteries will work together as one big virtual power plant | Credit: sonnen

Network of 100 batteries in homes across the UK will be linked via the cloud to provide demand response services to the grid

Centrica and sonnen have won approval from the National Grid to link together a network of domestic energy storage batteries to create a virtual power plant that will be one of the first of its kind in...

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