By Paul Homewood
The article in The Times, Revolution heralds change in balance of power, that I mentioned today, contains this statement:
Last year the National Infrastructure Commission identified flexible demand as one of three innovations, alongside interconnectors and batteries, that could help to reduce the costs of Britain’s drive for green energy by up to £8 billion a year by 2030.
This claim has been quoted on many occasions in the last year, and dates back to this government press release from the National Infrastructure Commission on Smart Power:
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