A conversation with Ana Trbovich about energy transition

Dr Ana Trbovich is the co-founder of Grid Singularity and The Energy Web Foundation (EWF), two technology ventures working to design the smart, green, decentralised energy ecosystems of the future.

According to Friends of the Earth Europe, 83% of the EU’s households could potentially become an “energy citizen” and be able to contribute to renewable energy production, demand and/or storage.

Decentralising the energy grid involves creating smaller, localised “microgrids” in which every household produces a portion of what is consumed. As well as increasing the share of the energy supply that is provided from renewables and offering an affordable alternative to fossil fuels, this would ensure that the overall energy grid is more flexible and adaptive when relying on intermittent sources, such as the sun and wind.



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Tarn Rodgers Johns

I am a Berlin-based writer, editor and creator exploring how to create a thriving, just future worth living for. www.tarnrodgersjohns.com