Regulation has to trade-off between competing forces to achieve the energy trilemma. Anti-trust policies have been seen as the best way to achieve this. The advances in digitalisation, generation distribution and batteries have dramatically transformed the landscape of energy provision. Regulators have to be cautious of innovations so as not to endanger the grid stability, argues the author, but giving opportunities to test innovations can drive new business models.

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Bartlett Castella, Enric R.

Regulation can be lengthy but must allow innovation, rather than put barriers on it

09/2018
Regulation has to trade-off between competing forces to achieve the energy trilemma. Anti-trust policies have been seen as the best way to achieve this. The advances in digitalisation, generation distribution and batteries have dramatically transformed the landscape of energy provision. Regulators have to be cautious of innovations so as not to endanger the grid stability, argues the author, but giving opportunities to test innovations can drive new business models.
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Regulation can be lengthy but must allow innovation, rather than put barriers on it
Bartlett Castella, Enric R.
Newsletter Power Law Committee
N September 2018, 09/2018, p. 1 - 4

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