“A revolutionary path forward in the world’s energy transition, one that is unprecedented in the global power industry, is taking shape in the USA. In Texas, the city of Denton – with 128,000 inhabitants and an annual peak load of 350 MW – has developed a clever way to increase its reliance on renewable energy to 70% with wind power, and its utility business model is being replicated across the U.S. De-carbonization is now causing major changes in the electricity production arena as energy producers move away from centralized power generation towards a more distributed model, transitioning from burning coal to relying more and more on wind and solar.”

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