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Electricity 2.0

Originally published on Solar Love.

Forget everything you know about electricity. Distributed renewables will change how we think about energy forever and usher in the age of Electricity 2.0. 100 years ago, Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse fought a titanic battle over electricity. Edison was the champion of direct current (DC) while Westinghouse favored alternating current (AC). Westinghouse’s ideas won out…

 
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