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Hydrogen and artificial intelligence are set to play a “critical role” in supporting grid stability and scaling up green energy, new research from EY says. The ability to convert excess green electricity into hydrogen is projected to be a “game-changer”, while AI algorithms – with their use within the 'internet of things', sensors and big data – can help stabilise central grids and increase dispatch efficiency, the consultancy said in its biannual EY Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index.

 

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