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When we talk about energy, there are two things we know without doubt. Number one: energy is at the heart of our quality of life and a crucial factor for economic competitiveness and employment.
The way that we consume and generate electricity has changed enormously since the era when electricity grids were first developed. The grids haven’t always kept pace. Scientific American recently reported how researchers at Boston University are developing software that will let renewable energy flow into and out of a decentralised power grid.