Google yesterday announced the latest breakthrough in support of its goal to utilise zero carbon power at all times, unveiling a new Carbon-Intelligent Computing Platform that matches data centre energy use to peaks in renewable power generation.
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Two batteries owned by Philip Dennis Foodservice have provided power to the grid in response to a call from National Grid ESO, taking advantage of newly-launched balancing mechanism (BM) wider access arrangements in a first for the fast-expanding smart grid sector. Demand response specialist Flexitricity announced yesterday that it had aggregated the two batteries to provide power to the grid through the BM following reforms late last year to open up the market to a wider range of grid flexibility providers.
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