“A smart energy system, based around new forms of flexibility” could help the UK deliver its climate and energy objectives more cost-effectively than the current centralised system, according to a key policy paper published by the Department of En
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Six years after Yoav Zingher started Kiwi Power (with co-founder Ziko Abram), the company has grown to use about 750 largely commercial and industrial sites to provide paid-for demand response and grid services.
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“We need your flexibility – and those that respond will get payback”.
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