COP15 must remember implications for network infrastructure

January 2010
MarketWatch: Energy;Jan2010, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p13
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The article reports that delegates should remember the implications of the commitments made to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, COP15 for their country's utility network infrastructure. It states that carbon reduction will have a hidden impact on the utilities sector as companies will have to build networks that can accommodate the unpredictable nature of the various renewable energy sources.


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