System flexibility can make tough decisions on heat decarbonisation far easier

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Building flexibility into the Britain's energy system is a no-regrets decision that is needed now, argues the Carbon Trust's Andrew Lever

Building flexibility is a no regrets decision that is needed now, and by having far greater flexibility across the country's whole energy system, it will help deliver heat decarbonisation more quickly...

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