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Report: 10 trends shaping the global solar market in 2019
Early into 2019, there are positive signs for the global solar market. We’ve already seen policy clarity in China and Saudi Arabia, highly aggressive solar-plus-storage pricing in Hawaii, and more bold plans for some of the world’s largest single-site PV projects in India. We've brought our analysts together to predicut ten trends that will shape global solar markets in 2019.
Report: U.S. Energy Storage Monitor, Q1 2019 & 2018 Year in Review
Delivered quarterly, the U.S. Energy Storage Monitor provides the industry’s only comprehensive research on energy storage markets, deployments, policies, regulations and financing in the U.S. These in-depth reports provide energy industry professionals, policymakers, government agencies and financiers with consistent, actionable insight into the burgeoning U.S. energy storage market.
The free executive summary provides a bird's eye view of the U.S. energy storage market and the trends shaping it.
Report: U.S. Solar Market Insight, Q1 2019 & 2018 Year in Review
U.S. Solar Market Insight™ is a collaboration between the Solar Energy Industries Association® (SEIA®) and Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables that brings high-quality, solar-specific analysis and forecasts to industry professionals in the form of quarterly and annual reports.
Each quarter's free executive summary provides a general breakdown of the current state of the PV market in the U.S. including installation totals, forecasts, pricing data, and policy updates.
Report: Bottlenecks building as US wind demand peaks
While the US wind energy installation outlook looks bright – more than 23GW in new capacity forecast over the next two years – looming unforeseen supply chain bottlenecks could lead to project cancellations and postponements, putting as much as $2.1 billion of revenue at risk, a new study by Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables found.
Report series: EV grid services
In markets with growing electric vehicle penetration, organizations are eyeing the potential to use spare EV capacity as a grid resource. Pilot projects number in the dozens; however, they largely remain in the demonstration phase. V1G and V2G programs have the potential to smooth the duck curve and ease the strain on the grid from EV charging, while opening up new revenue opportunities.
This executive summary contains figures and high level takeaways from several recent Wood Mackenzie reports that touch on EV grid services.
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