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Smart Energy Decisions – Renewable Energy Forum 2024

Date: June 12, 2024 - June 14, 2024 Location: Aventura, FL

Smart Energy Decisions – Renewable Energy Forum 2024

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The Renewable Energy Forum delivers peer learning, networking, and consultative meetings to energy and sustainability professionals pursuing information and solutions to advance their organization’s renewable energy goals.  Learn more here

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Energy-as-a-service (EaaS) is a subscription-based model where customers pay for energy services without upfront capital. It promotes advanced technology and expands low-carbon tech deployment, benefiting consumers across sectors like electricity, transportation, and buildings, which mostly rely on fossil fuels emitting CO2. To meet emissions targets and mitigate climate change impacts, low and zero-carbon technologies must replace current energy methods. Despite existing barriers, policies like carbon taxes or cap-and-trade programs can facilitate their adoption. Climate policies alone may not suffice due to market barriers like high upfront costs, capital constraints, information gaps, and performance uncertainties. Additional measures, including the energy-as-a-service model, could enhance market adoption of low-carbon technologies. Climate policies alone may not suffice due to market barriers like high upfront costs, capital constraints, information gaps, and performance uncertainties. Additional measures, including the energy-as-a-service model, could enhance market adoption of low-carbon technologies. Smart Energy Decisions – Renewable Energy Forum 2024 like high upfront costs, capital constraints, information gaps, and performance uncertainties. Additional measures, including the energy-as-a-service model, could enhance market adoption of low-carbon technologies. Climate policies alone may not suffice due to market barriers like high upfront costs, capital constraints, information gaps, and performance uncertainties. Additional measures, including the energy-as-a-service model, could enhance market adoption of low-carbon technologies.

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