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Smart gridlock ? The role of ideas , interests and institutions in contestations over the future of electricity networks in Britain

@inproceedings{Lockwood2013SmartG,
  title={Smart gridlock ? The role of ideas , interests and institutions in contestations over the future of electricity networks in Britain},
  author={Matthew Lockwood},
  year={2013}
}
  • Matthew Lockwood
  • Published 2013
  • An essential element in a future UK low-carbon energy system will be electricity infrastructure that can facilitate more flexible demand, the balancing of variable renewable generation, and the incorporation of local small-scale technologies such as solar PV, and new technologies such as electric vehicles (e.g. ENSG 2009, DECC 2009, Cary 2010). Such ‘smart’ grid infrastructure will need to incorporate greater observation, control, and automation, through incorporation of information and… CONTINUE READING
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