Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy Market by Type (Hydroelectric Power, Wind Power, Bioenergy, Solar Energy, and Geothermal Energy) and End Use (Residential, Commercial, Industrial, and Others): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021–2030

The global renewable energy market was valued at $881.7billion in 2020, and is projected to reach $1,977.6 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 8.4% from 2021 to 2030. Renewable energy, even referred as clean energy, is usually derived from natural sources that are constantly replenished. Wind energy, a type of renewable energy, is used to generate electric energy from kinetic energy source. Wind turbine converts the wind energy into mechanical energy, which is further converted into electrical energy through generator. Wind energy can be generated offshore and onshore. Onshore wind energy is associated with onshore turbines that are located on land, whereas offshore wind turbines are found in ocean or sea.

Renewable energy is derived from natural sources such as wind and sunlight. Solar, geothermal, wind, bioenergy, hydropower, and ocean power are some of the major sources of renewable energy. Currently, renewable energy is utilized in heating, electricity, cooling, and transport sectors. Renewable energy collectively provides around 7% of the world’s energy demand. Renewable energy is relatively more expensive than fossil fuel. Several factors are responsible to drive the usage of renewable energies, the most crucial being the attribution of global warming due to carbon dioxide (CO2) emission from the combustion of fossil fuels. The concern about the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, increase in search for energy security along with the aversion to traditional nuclear power, and lack of progression in the application of the nuclear power are expected to drive the demand for geothermal power market during the forecast period. Governments of various developing and developed countries have focused on promoting renewable energy sources due to increase in output efficiency, less pollution, and low maintenance costs. All these factors collectively surge the demand for renewable energy, thereby augmenting the global renewable energy market growth.

However, developing new resources requires large initial investments to build infrastructure. These investments increase the cost of providing electricity, especially during early years. Initially, the developers need to find publicly acceptable sites with good resources and with access to transmission lines. Finding a potential solar site requires several years of monitoring to determine whether they are suitable or not. In addition, the workers need to be trained to install, operate, and maintain the new technologies. Some require operating experiences in certain climatic conditions, before the performance can be optimized. This factor is likely to restrain the growth of the renewable energy market during the forecast period.

On the contrary, economies such as China and India are expected to drive the demand for geothermal power sector. A significant increase in energy demand owing to surge in investment in renewable energy projects has been witnessed in countries such as China and India. The residential and industrial sectors are expected to consume more energy during the forecast period in Asia-Pacific. Furthermore, India has significant growth potential; however, due to its inconsistent policy and business environment in past, the renewable energy share in total energy production was less. There has been an increase in investments in renewable energy projects in India, owing to which it is one of the countries experiencing rapid growth in the Asia-Pacific market.

For instance, a shift in trend toward use of localized energy procurement can be seen in the recent years. Various government bodies in countries such as India have taken the advantage of community choice aggregation (CCA) policies, which permits government to procure renewable energy resources on behalf of their constituents while retaining their existing electricity provider for transmission and distribution services. All these factors are expected to offer future growth opportunities to the global renewable energy market.

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