The global network of Deloitte member firms houses several hundred professionals focused on the renewable energy sector
Deloitte's member firms provide professional services to renewable power companies worldwide and are market leaders in industry-tailored Consulting, Financial Advisory, Audit, and Tax services, with deep experience assisting clients across the wide spectrum of renewable technologies of solar, wind, hydroelectricity, biofuels, and tidal, among others.
Deloitte member firm teams assist their clients in developing and deploying renewable generation and providing services ranging from strategy to business case development, project structuring, modeling, capital project reviews, supply chain optimization, risk management, and M&A. Renewable energy teams also work closely with member firm clients to develop renewable energy policies and review programs. They have deep industry knowledge of carbon markets and commodity price forecasting.
Renewable energy companies continue to capture the imagination of investors, entrepreneurs, and governments as challenges and concerns related to climate change, increasing energy demand, energy security, and favorable regulatory policy present themselves. However, while the long-term drivers for renewable energy remain promising, the renewable energy industry is faced with many uncertainties and unknowns that create unique challenges. This is when Deloitte's insights can make all the difference.
Look around. At some point in your daily travels, potentially on your very own street, you’ll likely see rooftop solar panels, utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) arrays, wind turbines, and/or electric vehicle charging stations. This doesn’t even include the activity going on behind the scenes, such as biomass-to-electric plants, new energy storage systems, and biofuel blends at the pump.
There are many reasons we are seeing so much progress so fast in the world of alternative energy and why the march forward is likely unstoppable. This report will delve into these game-changers, examine remaining barriers, and challenge the prevailing view of what’s possible by presenting some “what-if” scenarios that could potentially propel the renewable power sector ahead with lightning speed, perhaps far outpacing current projections, should they come to pass.