Making AI work for Low Carbon Future Grid
- Dec 8, 2021 6:37 am GMT
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Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are my personal and does not necessarily reflect my employer views. Any statement/thoughts shared are only author’s personal experience and not binding for any purposes.
As we know, future of energy is bright, clean, autonomous and yet unpredictable in many ways. At COP 26, global economies have signed up for low carbon/ net-zero energy transition and electricity grid’s decarbonization underpins that future ambitious plan. While some countries are making great progress to introduce innovative policies and execute performance based regulatory models (RIIO-2, REV, p2025 etc.) and bold decisions to ensure clean energy gets the front seat, others are contemplating actively to introduce similar laws, policies and regulatory guidelines. It is often said, that technology has been leading in many ways but its potential is limited by regulatory policies or lack of will, but it is changing quickly in some parts of world where regulator are allowing digital technologies to be fully leveraged.
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