LONDON — For nearly a century, wealthy countries have relied on just one model of power distribution: sending electricity over huge transmission grids from big generating plants to customers in their homes, offices and factories.
That may be starting to change. Renewable-energy technologies like solar
and wind power, which in many countries have begun to shake up the mix
of energy sources, are now also challenging the traditional distribution
Monday, October 14, 2013
Bypassing the Power Grid | NY Times
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