Flexitricity hits 500MW milestone, forecasts 'dramatic growth'

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Flexitricity chief strategy officer Alastair Martin
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Flexitricity chief strategy officer Alastair Martin

Firm's virtual power plant aggregates flexibility from a wide range of assets owned by customers across Britain, ranging from hospitals, universities, local authorities, district heating schemes, supermarkets and commercial growers.

Demand response specialist Flexitricity has toasted a new milestone after its virtual power plant (VPP) surpassed the half-gigawatt mark last week. The firm confirmed late last week that a 15MW asset...

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