At the heart of the global energy transition is a fundamental shift in how people produce and use electricity. We are moving from remote, centralized power plants -- run primarily on fossil fuels -- to smaller, distributed generation, located closer to demand centers and powered by a range of sustainable resources, from solar and wind to bio-fuels and hydrogen fuel cells. In fact, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, wind and solar are now the most cost-effective, form of power in a growing number of U.S. markets, and by 2050, the world’s energy mix will be 70 percent zero-emission.
50% of world’s
is expected to be generated by
zero-emission wind and solar by 2050.
Wind and solar will supply 50% of the world’s electricity by 2050.
Between now and 2050, 77% of investments in new generating capacity — about $10.2 trillion — will go to renewables.
In the U.S., renewables will reach 43% penetration by 2050.
Daroga is committed to meeting this critical goal by developing a broad portfolio of solutions and options for an equally broad range of end users. For a manufacturer, a solar-plus-storage project could represent a bottom-line investment, cutting peak power demand and demand charges, while offering the potential for extra revenue from selling excess power back to the grid. For hospitals and other front-line facilities, a fuel cell may be the right choice to ensure whole-facility backup power in emergencies in which electricity outages can last hours, days or weeks.
AS A LEADER IN RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT, DAROGA HAS BUILT ITS BUSINESS BY LISTENING TO AND WORKING WITH DIVERSE CUSTOMERS AND COMMUNITIES AND DESIGNING FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS THAT WILL MEET THEIR SPECIFIC NEEDS, NOT ONLY TODAY, BUT IN THE FUTURE.
Daroga is also committed to ongoing innovation and the dynamic flexibility needed to help customers navigate the challenges and leverage the opportunities of the full range of clean, cost-effective and resilient technologies driving the energy transition.