Putting the right European energy policies in place could reduce the average European citizen’s electricity bill by more than 100 EUR (81 GBP) a year compared to business as usual, a study carried out by Accenture for European electricity industry association EURELECTRIC has found.
According to the study, implementing an integrated set of levers could generate net savings of €27 to €81 billion (22 to 66 billion GBP) per year by 2030. This will require policymakers and the electricity industry to focus on sources of value in four key areas of the electricity value chain: optimising renewable energy systems, market integration, ‘active system management’, and demand response and energy saving.
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