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The world is committed to zero-net carbon emissions by 2050.
A $10 trillion transition of the world’s energy and transport infrastructure has begun.
Building the future energy system needs bold, decisive action, and the leaders investing in these projects need to be confident they are making the right calls. That’s where we can help.
Energy infrastructure used to be owned by only a few large players, but decentralisation is radically enlarging the market. We’re here to help all the players in the new energy system get better outcomes from their decentralised energy projects.
Plan & optimise multi-site, multi-asset decentralised energy projects.
These projects integrate energy markets, power networks, customer facilities, and highly flexible & steerable assets.
Virtual Power Plants
EV Charging Networks
Hydrogen Power Systems
Local Energy Systems
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