Policy - 18/April/2018

Utilities and distributed generation

Americans say they lack the consensus for the change seen in Europe

Electric utilities from the US, the Netherlands and Belgium discuss their changing role in the energy transition as policymakers, citizen groups and local politicians ask how distributed energy will disrupt current business models. Some view the changes with eager anticipation, some with a sense of dread ...

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