Global power grids decentralise towards a flexible future

FINANCIAL TIMES 🔒| During the 1600s, East Anglia was a thriving centre of the textiles trade. Today, gazing out from England’s east coast shoreline, it is not wool boats you see bobbing on the horizon but wind turbines, offering a symbol of how some old industrial economies are adapting to the 21s-century energy transition.


East Anglia’s expanding offshore wind sector is also a sign of a broader transformation taking place within global energy systems.


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