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        A global energy transition is underway that supports a low-emissions future. This is in line with the Paris Agreement, which aims to limit global temperature change this century to well below 2 degrees Celsius.

        Energy networks across the world are entering a period of unprecedented change due to the accelerated transition to new, green and clean energy sources. They must address the “triple D” challenge of decarbonisation, decentralisation and digitalisation.


1.Decarbonisation: by 2040 renewables will provide 55% of the world’s electricity – more than double the current level.

2.Decentralisation: the balance of generation assets is shifting from large, centralised plant to smaller resources distributed across the grid.

3.Digitalisation: Digital management is essential for the control of multiple distributed energy assets. It also enables flexible support for electricity networks through demands response management and the aggregation of generation and storage assets.