Microgrids – Aardehuizen, The Netherlands

Microgrids – Aardehuizen, The Netherlands

In The Netherlands microgrid communities are pioneering a new approach to generating and sharing energy.  This would mean neighbourhoods of the near future could produce their own renewable power.

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Kinderdijk, Netherlands. Image: Thomas Bormans | Unsplash

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