Daroga

ENERGY TRANSITION

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.

Between now and 2050, 77% of investments in new generating capacity — about $10.2 trillion — will go to renewables.

 

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.

Between now and 2050, 77% of investments in new generating capacity — about $10.2 trillion — will go to renewables.

 

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.