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Why Negawatts & Distributed Energy Will Drive The Smart Building to Smart Grid Interface Business

At the Clean Energy Ministerial meeting in London last week ministers from 23 economies – representing 90% of global renewables and efficiency investment, heard from the International Energy Agency that under current policies, carbon dioxide emissions will nearly double by 2050. “This would likely boost global temperatures by at least 6 degrees Celsius,” IEA deputy executive director Richard Jones told the conference, an eventuality that “would confront future generations with significant economic, environmental and energy security hardships”.   The main outcome of the Ministerial was a raft of initiatives to ramp up energy efficiency, which the IEA said was lagging well behind the deployment of renewable power. Electrical power generation and distribution is the major source of CO2 Emissions and the driver for Smart Grid. However Smart Grid has some major obstacles to overcome and its progress is slowing down, such that the most optimistic forecast is that it will take at least 20 years […]

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