edie launches top tips guide for smart grids

edie has published a new top tips guide, outlining 10 clear and concise pieces of advice for businesses looking to explore smart grid technology.

The guide is free to download

The guide is free to download

Published as part of the master series supported by E.ON, the new downloadable guide features key advice for businesses on the smart grids transition.

From advice on trials and energy data collection to insight on the growing vehicle-to-grid (V2G) market, the guide is ideal for any organisation seeking to improve their energy efficiency, procurement and flexibility.

---DOWNLOAD THE TOP TIPS GUIDE HERE---

As the recent edie Explains: Smart Grids business guide explained, smart grid technologies and solutions can improve the reliability, resiliency, flexibility and efficiency of the electricity distribution system, resulting in a vast reduction in emissions across the country.

So, what are the key considerations for any business looking to make the smart grid transition? What steps can energy and sustainability managers take to maximise the benefits and minimise the risks associated with ‘smart’ energy technologies? And what can be done to ensure smart grids are at the heart of the UK’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic?

Produced as part of edie’s Smart Grids Masters series in partnership with E.ON, this handy Top Tips guide provides businesses with 10 clear and concise pieces of advice when it comes to accelerating the smart grids transition.

Alongside the top tips guide, edie and E.ON have published a downloadable explains guide on smart grids. edie also hosted a 45-minute masterclass on smart grids, which can be watched on demand. Finally, a dedicated episode of the Net-Zero Business podcast has been published featuring insight and case studies on the smart grids transition. Listen to the episode here.

edie staff



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