Policy and Regulation

Too green to handle: the ever-stronger case for grid investment

Electricity pylons
As renewables start to account for a greater share of the energy mix, electricity grids must become more flexible to keep demand and supply in constant balance (Photo: Steve Hockstein/Bloomberg)

Typical approaches to power infrastructure are not cutting it, but change is afoot.

When officials in Montgomery County, just outside Washington DC, decided to electrify the local bus fleet, they turned to a local utility. The amount of power required to convert its Brookville bus depot into a charging hub ...

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