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The Australian Government has created the Reliable Affordable Clean Energy for 2030 Co-operative Research Centre (RACE for 2030). Working with private industry, RACE for 2030 will fund research into a "distributed grid"; a national strategy for charging stations required under the forecast growth in electric vehicles; harnessing rooftop solar and paying householders for their energy; and trial community scale micro-electricity grids.

A distributed energy grid could reduce reliance on base-load power and draw not only from large-scale utility plants, but from smaller sources such as rooftop solar on businesses right down to the household level, making use of smart technologies.

https://crca.asn.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/RACE-Information-Brochure-v1.5.pdf

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Lynn Wood @ 2020.06.06 2:28 PM
Clever NAME!

Amanda @ 2020.06.10 10:53 PM
New energy and clean energy are both trends for future development. , The distributed energy grid can reduce the dependence on basic electricity, and we need continuous innovation to research new technologies

Lynn Wood @ 2020.06.12 10:20 AM
Yes- a distributed energy grid looks like a very positive development.

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By Lynn Wood

6 June 2020

 
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