Atom Molecular Materials
In order for the global community to chart a course towards achieving 100% clean electricity by 2050, it may be necessary to almost double the capacity of new energy generation. In all foreseeable scenarios, the blend of renewable energy sources, which depend on weather conditions, will be unparalleled. This will result in a more fluctuating electricity supply and a heightened need for expanded transmission capabilities. Unfortunately, delays in establishing these transmission connections, which have extended to an average of five years, could potentially lead to challenges in ensuring a sufficient energy supply. To mitigate this, the widespread deployment of Virtual Power Plants (VPPs) offers a cost-effective solution to address the growing demand and escalating peak energy requirements, offering a more affordable energy alternative for consumers who already find energy costs burdensome.