Business Models for an Aggregator Is an Aggregator economically sustainable on Gotland ?

  title={Business Models for an Aggregator Is an Aggregator economically sustainable on Gotland ?},
  author={Quentin Lambert},
Under the determined impulse of the European Union to limit the environmental impact of energy-related services, the electricity sector will face several challenges in coming years. Integrating renewable energy sources in the distribution networks is certainly one of the most urging issues to be tackled with. The current grid and production structure cannot absorb the high penetration shares anticipated for 2020 without putting at risk the entire system. The innovative concept of smart grid o… CONTINUE READING


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