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Small-scale Distributed Generation Opportunities from Renewable Energy

The Emergence of Low-carbon Distributed Generation and Virtual Power Plants

  • Research Code : 9836-00-70-00-00
  • SKU : EG00025-GL-MR_00520
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  • Release Date : 12-Dec-2013
  • Region : Global
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The deployment of small-scale distributed generation technologies using renewable energy has 2 main benefits for the energy mix: reduction of carbon emissions and generation of energy close to the point of consumption; thus, reducing the need for investment in centralised power generation. Technologies are mostly well established and have seen strong growth recently, albeit from a low base. However, the challenges for the market to move to the next level relate to successful business models. This study looks at the emergence of virtual power plant models as a key enabler for growth.

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