Global energy networks join forces to boost renewables rollout

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High levels of renewable power presents challenges for older grid systems | Credit: Unilever
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High levels of renewable power presents challenges for older grid systems | Credit: Unilever

Global Power System Transformation Consortium (G-PST) aims to overcome technical barriers to energy grids dominated by intermittent wind and solar

More than 30 electricity network operators around the world have joined forces in a bid to "dramatically accelerate" the transition to low cost, reliable power systems characterised by high levels of renewables,...

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