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This quarter, several corporate procurement announcements were coupled with broader environmental, social and governance considerations.
Costs have fallen, out-of-the-box solutions are more common, and businesses and homes understand the expense of losing power. But policies and programs are lagging.
Almost 2.5 gigawatts of new procurement contracts were inked in the quarter, featuring a mix of the usual suspects and new players.
Not only have costs have fallen around 70 percent since 2009, it's also tough to beat the massive capacity of wind farms.
So far, money is still flowing into utility-scale deals but it's harder to come by for residential, distributed solar, commercial and industrial, and community solar projects.
Will this upheaval slow clean energy goals? There's strong reason for optimism.
Vertical farms can help produce food close to urban areas, but plant factories require a staggering amount of energy.
Here's the buzz about the energy transition from DistribuTech.
The corporate renewable procurements disclosed in the fourth quarter of 2019 were remarkable for being unremarkable.