Connecting smart grids in EU countries could help high electricity demands in the UK, a new report suggests.
The research by ReportsnReports claims interlinking the smart grids between the UK and EU could make full use of renewable resources in Europe. Smart grids send information about energy use between suppliers, distributors and consumers.
Electricity produced by hydropower in Norway could be transferred to the UK via smart grid interconnection and help Britain cope with the rising energy demand, the report suggested.
The EU plans to develop smart grid infrastructures over the next eight years.