Evolution, Volatility, Change: The impact of renewables on energy market structure

This collaborative report attempts to address the lack of a standardized definition of ‘renewables’, and considers the profound impact that renewable energy and sources will have on the structure of energy markets and the software technology employed by their key players.

Renewable power has been one of the most significant topics of the past 30 years. But growth in renewable implementations raises several issues for those involved in energy markets. And an exact, standardized definition of ‘renewables’ is still lacking.

This report attempts to address this, and considers the profound impact that renewable energy and sources will have on the structure of energy markets and the software technology employed by their key players.

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