Decarbonised grid can be ‘robust and resilient’ in challenging weather

A decarbonised electricity system can be made “robust and resilient” during challenging weather conditions using innovation that are already available or in development, according to new analysis from Regen. The study, produced for National Grid Electricity System Operator, modelled hour-by-hour supply and demand on two days in 2035 – the year by which the government has pledged to completely decarbonise the power grid.

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