Clean Energy Generation, Distribution and Management

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Led by renewables, energy storage and Internet-of-Things technologies, clean energy is achieving parity with conventional energy

Led by renewables, energy storage and Internet-of-Things technologies, clean energy is achieving parity with conventional energy

Definition

  • Generation, distribution and management of renewable and other clean energy sources as alternative to fossil fuels

Outlook

  • Lower renewable energy costs as solar and other renewables reach grid-parity, increasing attractiveness vis-a-vis fossil fuels, and driving adoption by consumers and businesses
  • Increased functionality and decreased costs of energy storage solutions
  • Improved energy conservation enabled by Internet-of-Things applications like smart thermostats
  • Supportive global regulatory environment due to ratification of the Paris Agreement on climate change, including potential taxes on greenhouse gas emissions
  • Increased short-term uncertainty due to election of Donald Trump as U.S. president

Implications

  • Increasing pressure for energy utilities to evolve business models from centralized conventional to decentralized renewable energy systems
  • Decreasing long-term demand for oil and other fossil fuels
  • Renewing potential interest in cleaner nuclear technology
How can you adopt clean energy and energy conservation practices to not only reduce greenhouse gas footprints, but also lower operating costs?
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