Distributed Energy Resources: A Nice-to-have or a Must-have in 2021?
- Dec 15, 2020 9:45 pm GMT
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At the onset of a huge recovery period, there is a transformational shift in how power is generated and delivered to commercial, industrial, institutional, and government/municipal customers. Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) have growing appeal in part because of the broad array of technologies available to generate power at or near the point of use, often with significant cost savings.
The energy market is fluid. As technologies improve, businesses are looking to gain greater control over their energy plan and electricity management, so they can focus more time and resources on their core mission. While companies operate with varying degrees of risk and different priorities, they are increasingly investing in distributed energy resources (DERs) to best position their energy and natural gas strategy for the future.
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