Market Research Report
Market Data - Commercial and Industrial Demand Response - CIDR Capacity, Sites, Spending, and Revenue: Global Market Forecasts and Analysis
|Published by||Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research)||Product code||929161|
|Published||Content info||37 Pages; 23 Tables, Charts & Figures
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|Market Data - Commercial and Industrial Demand Response - CIDR Capacity, Sites, Spending, and Revenue: Global Market Forecasts and Analysis|
|Published: March 18, 2020||Content info: 37 Pages; 23 Tables, Charts & Figures||
Commercial and industrial (C&I) demand response (CIDR) is present in all global regions in 2020, and is expected to grow at a steady, moderate rate over the forecast period. Based largely on market maturity, distinct forms of CIDR are expected to develop over the coming decade. In more mature markets such as North America and Europe, CIDR will serve as a mechanism to optimize a variety of distributed energy resources (DER) connecting to the grid. In more nascent regions, CIDR is laying the groundwork for possible future demand response (DR) growth by engaging small numbers of customers with large load to improve grid stability. This report analyzes the current CIDR landscape and identifies various market trends shaping the CIDR market.
Factors driving growth of CIDR programs are expected to vary due to overall market maturity, geography, utility market designs, and regulatory landscapes. Driven by capacity constraints, aging infrastructure, and desire for improved grid stability, CIDR programs also benefit from local climate and emissions targets, corporate sustainability initiatives, and utilities that want to improve customer engagement.
This report from Navigant Research, a Guidehouse company, examines the global CIDR market. The study provides an analysis of market issues including drivers and barriers associated with CIDR development. Regional and country-level overviews of key CIDR developments are included. Global market forecasts for cumulative capacity, enrolled sites, program spending, and revenue are provided by region through 2029.