Irish businesses can be world leaders on green energy, says demand response expert
Enel X, which helps businesses provide energy reduction services to grid operators, says policymakers are looking to Ireland as a ‘vision of the future’
Ireland’s electricity system is seen internationally as a “vision of the future” because of its high volume of renewables, according to the managing director of Enel X Europe.
Dirk Idstein also told the Business Post that Irish businesses could help the environment and earn revenue by offering energy reduction services to the electricity grid, which in turn would help the grid operator integrate even more renewables into the Irish electricity system....
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