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C&I Companies Benefit from Microgrid Innovation as Financing Becomes Easier

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Freelance author at Environmental Leader and former corporate sustainability manager for Con Edison.

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  • Aug 11, 2021

As of early 2021, commercial and industrial companies have been benefitting from innovation within the energy-as-a-service (EaaS) market when it comes to microgrids. Though these types of customers have available capital — and often own portfolios of similar-sized building sites — they tend to be averse to risk and do not necessarily want to take on the risk of…

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Matt Chester on Aug 11, 2021

Thanks for sharing, Harun

The microgrid EaaS market represents a $3.3 billion market in 2021. By 2030, annual spending is expected to reach $25.9 billion annually. Cumulative spending is expected to be an astounding $110.5 billion globally by 2030, with Asia Pacific emerging as the clear market leader.

Any insight on how this may translate to total capacity? 

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Matt Chester on Aug 11, 2021

How do you think this should impact the C&I installations Harun's article notes-- is it time to jump aboard now before that demand surges and changes the economic part of the equation? 

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Jim Stack on Aug 16, 2021

Micro GRID will keep growing very fast. Programs like this will make it even better. I hope to see them in my Phoenix and surrounds cities very soon. 

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