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Energy Decarbonization is Everyone’s Challenge

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Sr. Content Specialist, Virtual Peaker

Syd is a senior content specialist and all-around word nerd for Virtual Peaker. Syd believes in the inevitability of renewable energies and in implementing a diverse energy portfolio and is...

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We’ve written often about the regulatory requirements that drive decarbonization efforts, and how this is compounded by the electrification initiatives, prosumer-driven distributed energy resource (DER), and electric vehicle adoption that continues to challenge the grid. Ultimately, these phenomena create two parallel objectives: to keep the lights on and the grid strong in the short term and mitigate climate change and our global quality of life in the long run. And despite the popular claim that climate change is the purview of the young, environmental activism has a long and storied history. Is climate activism a problem for tomorrow?

Read on to learn how we might have it all wrong about who should lead the fight in climate change and when that fight should start!




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