The shift to a low-carbon energy mix will require the electrification of our economy, the development of variable renewable energies, and the phase-out of dispatchable thermal power plants. This shift will dramatically impact our electricity grids, needing to address a complex topic: flexibility. Alain Malot, a senior expert of flexibility, with over 30 years of experience in the utility industry, shared with us his analyses on how to capture business opportunities in emerging power system flexibility services.
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