Market Research Report
Global DER Deployment Database - Distributed Renewables, Distributed Energy Storage, DERMS, EV Charging Loads, Demand Response, and Energy Efficiency: Global Market Forecasts
|Published by||Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research)||Product code||924382|
|Published||Content info||36 Pages; 115 Tables, Charts & Figures
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
|Global DER Deployment Database - Distributed Renewables, Distributed Energy Storage, DERMS, EV Charging Loads, Demand Response, and Energy Efficiency: Global Market Forecasts|
|Published: February 6, 2020||Content info: 36 Pages; 115 Tables, Charts & Figures||
The proliferation of distributed energy resources (DER) is among the most disruptive trends to the traditional energy industry for the foreseeable future. DERs have played a critical role in the transition of the traditional energy industry into a distributed ecosystem. Energy companies and utilities continue to deal with revenue erosion due to energy efficiency, demand side optimization, and solar PV.
According to estimates from Navigant Research, a Guidehouse company, new global DER capacity deployments-including DG, distributed energy storage, PEV charging load, DR, and energy efficiency-are outpacing the deployment of new centralized generation capacity. This shift away from centralized generation requires innovative technologies and solutions on the part of grid operators, including advanced software and hardware that enable greater control and interoperability across heterogeneous grid elements that are key components of the Energy Cloud.
This Navigant Research report covers DER technologies grouped in four parts of the value chain that generate, manage, and consume electricity. The study provides technology capacity and revenue forecasts for 14 leading DER technology markets globally. It also provides data on countries and regions where the proliferation of these resources is expected to have the greatest influence over the next decade until 2030, segmented by residential and other end consumers. The latter segment includes commercial, industrial, community/multifamily, institutional, military, and remote (island) installations, grouped under the commercial, industrial, and institutional (CI&I) category in this report.