A generator for a home can be used to power multiple appliances.
But for many, it’s not always possible to get electricity for all the appliances they use.
In some places, the only electricity is supplied by an electrical grid.
That can be problematic for people living in rural areas, as they often rely on water and power for cooking, lighting and heating.
The UK’s Energy Storage Initiative (ESI) has developed a solution that lets households get power from the grid without the need to buy electricity from a generator.
The ESI is a joint venture between British Energy and the government, and it works through the British Electricity Supply Corporation (BESC).BESCs are independent contractors that provide the electricity to households and businesses, but they have to pay the government for the electricity they provide.
In the UK, the government provides the electricity for the ESI to provide, and the BESC then charges the government to provide it.
But the ESIs goal is to make electricity more available to the public.
In 2015, the ESi received $4.3 billion in government funding, including a £2 billion loan from the Government to purchase an 860 MW (megawatt) solar array.
It’s hoped that the £2.6 billion investment will help it to provide more electricity to homes and businesses across the UK.
The ESI has partnered with the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC), the Department of Energy and Nuclear, the Department and Climate Action Group (DECG), and the Government’s Energy Strategy for 2020-2022.
It will be providing the government with information about how households can get electricity from the ESis grid and its network of energy storage projects, as well as how the grid can be improved.
It is currently working on the project with the BBS, the Government Support for Small Business, the British Renewable Energy Association, and other stakeholders.
The project is set to be completed in the first half of 2020.