Energy Systems Advisory
We perform investment and economic planning, system and market studies across the energy sector spectrum.
Globally, a transition to clean energy will accelerate, driven by declining costs of technology, the need to reduce CO2 emissions, and growing energy demand in developing nations. According to IRENA, the share of renewables in global generation mix needs to increase from around 25% today to 86% by 2050, in order meet the goals of the Paris Agreement.
On the other hand, as the world moves towards higher RE penetration, the system reliability will emerge as a key concern. This is where flexibility and supply side innovation will play an important role. There will be an increased need to control demand by reducing, increasing or shifting it to a specific period of time.
All of the above trends will push the governments around the world facilitate increased adoption of more advanced technologies such as battery storage, distributed energy resources, EV, and smart grids; attract private sector; and reform the utility sector.
At Juru, we are competent in supporting governments, utilities, financing institutions and private investors in this transition, through economic and regulatory support, system planning, market & investment analysis, transaction support, utility reform strategy, etc.
Key competency areas:
- Energy planning and markets
- Transaction advisory and due diligence
- Utility strategy and business planning
Some of the technologies we have considered recently:
- Battery storage
- Distributed solar
- Hybrid systems
- Energy efficiency
- District heating
- Smart grids