Rolls-Royce teams up with SDCL to offer sustainable energy subscription service

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Energy-as-a-Service solutions include microgrids, fuel cell systems and hydrogen powered engines | Credit:Rolls-Royce
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Energy-as-a-Service solutions include microgrids, fuel cell systems and hydrogen powered engines | Credit:Rolls-Royce

The new partnership will see the two companies develop and finance a series of Energy-as-a-Service projects

Customers will soon be able to subscribe to sustainable electricity and heat services provided by Rolls-Royce, after the engineering giant last week agreed to provide a range of Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS)...

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