Market Research Report
Clean Energy Microgrids Market Forecast - Global Clean Energy Microgrid Deployment Forecasts, 2022-2031
|Clean Energy Microgrids Market Forecast - Global Clean Energy Microgrid Deployment Forecasts, 2022-2031|
Published: June 15, 2022
Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research)
Content info: 52 Pages; 50 Tables, Charts & Figures
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
In response to emerging threats to power grids globally-extreme weather events, earthquakes, and wildfires-the resiliency that microgrids provide offers special value. Microgrids can enable the integration of mixed asset fleets of distributed energy resources (DER) at the distribution grid, so they can subsequently be controlled as an ensemble. DER can be aggregated and used optimally through the microgrid platform, which allows for enhanced energy resiliency and reliability.
However, not all microgrids are powered by clean energy. Previously, diesel-based generators were deployed as assets for providing backup power supply and ensuring power reliability, as were other fossil fuel sources such as propane and kerosene. While these generator types provide reliability, they do not contribute to carbon reduction. Reducing carbon emissions while ensuring energy resilience requires clean energy microgrids.
This Guidehouse Insights report provides a market forecast of the global deployment of clean energy microgrids over the period 2022-2031. Clean energy microgrids are segmented based on their composition into 50%-clean energy microgrids-assets that leverage the natural gas infrastructure for delivering power, such as microturbines and fuel cells-and 100%-clean energy microgrids, which deliver power via solar, wind, and storage. Guidehouse Insights further reports on the business models that are used for deploying the clean energy microgrids over the forecast period.