UK: How to fight climate change with smart energy demand

March 17, 2011 at 7:56 pm

In the UK, the Department of Energy and Climate Change is considering how to reform the UK electricity market in ways that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The agency appears to be taking the lead in supporting the growth of smart energy demand as a means to increase renewable energy and enable greater energy efficiency.

What steps can DECC take to realize these goals? Here are some highlights from eMeter’s comments to this public consultation…

Full story: How the UK can fight climate change with smart energy demand

 

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Entry filed under: energy policy, environmental benefits, Europe, Government, Renewables, smart energy demand, Smart Grid, smart grid benefits, Smart Meters, UK.

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