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What the Green Revolution in Electronics Means for the Smart Grid

August 19, 2014 by Christine Hertzog

One of the oft-flogged analogies about the Smart Grid is that building it is like assembling a plane in flight. The challenges start with trying to overlay new technologies on top of older infrastructure, choosing winners and losers in competing standards, and melding together diverse equipment.[read more]

What is the Greenest Source of Electricity?

April 14, 2014 by Lindsay Wilson
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Greenest Electricity

Earlier this week the new French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reiterated President Hollande’s plan to cut French dependence on atomic power to half of all output by 2025, down from almost 75% currently. The plan is to curtail nuclear and ramp up renewables.[read more]

Green Electricity Suppliers in the UK Compared to the Big 6

December 12, 2013 by Lindsay Wilson
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Green Electricity

When you buy green electricity you are paying for a commitment by your supplier to put green electricity into the grid, in some proportion of what you use. This is done by procuring renewables from plant owners or building their own capacity. To use truly ‘green’ electricity you would need to go off grid.[read more]