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January 27, 2023
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Scalable model makes for more efficient, smarter grid use, researchers report

Buildings consume roughly 75% of the electricity used in the United States, and, without significant changes, the number is expected to rise in the coming decades. An answer potentially exists in renewable resources, but they are plagued with the uncertainty of when the sun might shine, when the wind might blow and how best to plug into the grid. There may be a method to control the madness, though, according to Greg Pavlak, assistant professor of architectural engineering at Penn State.Buildings consume roughly 75% of the electricity used in the United States, and, without significant changes, the number is expected to rise in the coming decades. An answer potentially exists in renewable resources, but they are plagued with the uncertainty of when the sun might shine, when the wind might blow and how best to plug into the grid. There may be a method to control the madness, though, according to Greg Pavlak, assistant professor of architectural engineering at Penn State.

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