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Tackling the global net zero energy transition with local solutions

An international partnership sharing knowledge, expertise and solutions to accelerate a net zero transition using local smart grids

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About the partnership

The International Community for Local Smart Grids is a knowledge-sharing partnership founded to accelerate a fair, resilient and local transition to net zero. Why local smart grids? Because they play an essential role in bridging the gap between international targets and local ambition, whilst maintaining network resilience. We aim to identify smart grid challenges and opportunities, share knowledge and findings through online resources and inform policymaking and industry best-practice.

Our research shares insights and knowledge from partners across the globe

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JOLT Electric Vehicle Charging

Ausgrid has teamed up with EV charging company JOLT to enhance charging accessibility across Sydney
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Project LEO

Project Local Energy Oxfordshire (LEO) is one of the UK’s most ambitious, wide-ranging and innovative energy trials.
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INTEGRATE

The Oxford Martin School Programme for Integrating Renewable Energy (INTEGRATE) at the University of Oxford was a six-year research programme that addressed the technical, economic, social and governance challenges associated with a clean energy transition.
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