Marching Towards A Decarbonized Future Without Leaving Communities Behind
- May 18, 2021 10:20 pm GMT
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We’ve often been told that Alexander Graham Bell wouldn’t recognize today’s smartphone, but that Thomas Edison would feel right at home with the present-day electric grid. However, the ability to make that comparison is going the way of the incandescent lightbulb.
When we think of modern demand response applications, the integrated grid, synchro phasers, electrolysis used to produce green hydrogen, and the proliferation of renewable energy resources, I think Mr. Edison would be highly impressed. (He might also be a bit jealous that the most valuable car company in the world carries the Tesla name.)
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