Commercial consumer energy systems: An analysis of market pricing and supply, and opportunities for increasing adoption
This research for INTEGRATE TO ZERO explores the CES market to help organizations around the globe make decisions that best meet their energy needs in a cost-effective way. The sector is growing rapidly, propped up by increasing demand, a growing supplier base, and advances in technology.
A record 1.1 trillion US dollars was invested in clean energy globally in 2022. According to Bloomberg NEF, this was the first time that investment in clean energy was equal to the global investment in fossil fuels. However, the International Energy Agency (IEA) says that the world needs to immediately triple this amount to get on track for net zero emissions in 2050 – not including further investment in the global power grid.
The urgency is clear, and there are ever increasing opportunities for consumers to leverage commercial consumer energy systems (CES) to reduce costs and increase energy security, while delivering against net zero.