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December 06, 2017 09:32 ET | Source: Research and Markets
Dublin, Dec. 06, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Off-grid Zero-emission Electricity 2018-2038: New Markets, New Technology Roadmap” report has been added. All to Research and Markets’ offering.
Grid electricity is also being bypassed. Extension of national grids is nowhere near keeping up. Especially with population growth. The sheer cost of upgrading national grids and also their vulnerability to terrorism and natural disasters.
The new 190+ page report, “Off-grid Zero-emission Electricity: New Markets, New Technology Roadmap 2018-2038”. For it reveals the market drivers. Also and changing technologies involved. Primarily it also concerns the rapid expansion of clean distributed energy. Especially as microgrids and minigrids go 0.5kW- 1MW.
The Executive Summary and Conclusions also includes detailed forecasts. In addition to technology roadmaps. The Introduction explains off grid history. Then definitions. Finally and comparison of the ten energy harvesting technologies. Also the fringe topic geothermal. Finally, the nature and challenges. Especially of off grid batteries. In addition to plus electricity cost comparisons.
Finally, a chapter on progress and opportunities worldwide. That’s profiles. Then continents. Finally and 21 countries. In addition, Chapter 4 compares technologies in more detail than earlier.
The emphasis is on what is new and important for the future. I mean this is seen in the drill down chapter. The one on electricity. So that’s from light and also infrared scoping. So such things as perovskites. Also Building Integrated Photovoltaics BIPV. Then solar vs piezo roads and “Silent City”. Also leading to the chapter on electricity from wind. Then including a close look at the newly commercial Aerial Wind Energy AWE. Also such things as piezo + photovoltaic sails. Moreover as multi-mode harvesting becomes important.
The presentation is compact with new detailed infograms. In addition and forecasts and a creative. Also a critical approach by the many PhD level analysts. Especially those who have toured the world. Especially to gain the information. That’s using local languages for technical interviews. It is also shown that the biggest markets are on the mainland. I mean initially mainly in developing countries. However but mini grids are popular in island states. That’s both developed and developing.
There are more than 10,000 inhabited islands around the world. Also an estimated 750 million islanders. More importantly the report profiles many doing off-grid. Thereby giving gives statistics. Also trends and achievements. In most cases, renewables are already a cost-effective replacement. Especially for their diesel generators. As well as others benefit from solar panels. I mean taking much of their load. Especially as is also scoped. For that’s in Africa and elsewhere.
I mean where needed. For they will become micro and mini grids. Especially and increasingly not connected. I mean to national grids.
For example, Tesla promises solar bodywork. Also and Elon Musk says yes. For he will take all his intended 10 GW off. So that’s charging stations worldwide off-grid. There is a clear roadmap in the report. Especially for showing 2.2 million larger vehicles becoming candidates. Especially for energy independence as clean off grid minigrids. For in 2028. That’s including the largest ships also having zero emission. For that’s instead of each emitting NOx and particulates. You and I know: like millions of cars.
In conclusion, off-grid electricity js shown to be a prudent diversification for utilities. As well as fossil fuel companies now investing in it. The potential is considerable and for the first time. For I mean it has also now been fully scoped by this report. That’s off-grid electricity from single solar panels on huts in Africa to the 17 types of land vehicle. Also boat, ship and plane. That’s from 2014-2028 that will trend. Especially to being travelling minigrids with zero emission.
About this report. Finally please visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4mcjzs/offgrid
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