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If it works and is ‘secure’
The National Infrastructure Commission recently published its first report Smart Power stating that the by UK could save up to £8bn a year 2030 with a smarter, more flexible electricity system.  The report finds that by supporting innovations in interconnection, storage & demand flexibility Government can help secure UK energy supply for generations.
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techUK:  Smart energy could save £8bn a year

Smart grid technology can help UK tackle carbon emissions

New energy data sharing systems to be developed

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Smart Grid and Cyber Security for Energy Assurance

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