Energy Transition

Introducing Energy Efficiency 2.0: the electric grid of the future, built for renewables

Engineers and wind turbines at sunset. Renewable energy, electrification and energy efficiency must be seen as three inseparable levers of decarbonization.

Renewable energy, electrification and energy efficiency must be seen as three inseparable levers of decarbonization. Image: Getty Images

Sara Vad Sorensen
Head of Analysis, Danfoss
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