The future of energy will be hybridized. Utility-scale solar-plus-storage is competing with new peaker plants, while distributed options can be configured to create low-carbon virtual power plants. Batteries and sophisticated software controls are also being paired with wind, buildings, hydro and even gas plants to create hybrid solutions that cut carbon, lower costs and optimize generation.
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