The Future of Renewable Power Production

Black and Veatch, 2022

Nearly two years into the Covid-19 pandemic, the renewable power projects on which the world relies to mitigate climate change face bigger challenges than when the coronavirus started to make headlines in 2020. As the global economy started to recover, commodity prices rose sharply and logistic bottlenecks wreaked havoc on supply chains, causing delays and eroding the margins of power equipment providers and project developers. At this point, unappealing profitability or even financial losses jeopardize investments on research, innovation, and capacity expansion. These were some of the problems discussed during the webinar The Future of Renewables: Insights from Industry Leaders, sponsored by Black & Veatch and held on January 12, 2022, as part of the Energy Leaders Series. To address these issues, the participating experts highlighted the need for new models and incentives to put the renewable power industry back on a profitable course that would enable a stable transition to a greener global energy matrix.

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