- Feb 7, 2020 7:45 pm GMT
- 719 views
An ever increasing shift toward energy sector decentralization has come hand-in-hand with plenty of hesitancy from grid operators around the world. Their fears are understandble — allow DERs like EVs, rooftop solar, or home batteries to become more integrated with the grid and risk losing the level of control they need to provide reliable service. But is it possible that decentralization could actually make our grids more secure and resilient, not less? My latest article explores this possibility by taking a close look at the decentralized market that is the New York City food supply chain.