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Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in the United States

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  1. 1. Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in the United States U.S. - Korea Roundtable  May 15, 2013 Roger S. Ballentine President Green Strategies, Inc.
  2. 2. Overview: Renewable Energy 2
  3. 3. 3 Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance Overview: Renewable Energy Projected Annual Value of Installed Renewable Energy Worldwide ($bn)
  4. 4. 4Source: EIA Annual Energy Outlook 2013 Overview: Energy Efficiency
  5. 5. Policy Renewable Energy • States with some sort of RPS • Federal Policy: – Tax incentives (PTC/ITC) – R&D – Federal Purchasing Preferences – Funding to states for clean energy – Dept. of Defense • Other - (Fossil regs) Energy Efficiency • State utilities will spend $6.5 - $15.6 billion by 2025 (Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory) – EERS (next slide) – Utility IRP requirements – Estimate of market size • Federal: – E – Federal facilities/ESPCs – Current Legislation: Shaheen- Portman – CAFE • Minimum efficiency standards • Other 5
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  8. 8. Cost of Solar 8
  9. 9. Trends & Challenges: Renewable Energy Challenges • State backlash? • Grid integration and transmission • Natural Gas • “soft” costs • Subsidy uncertainty 9 Trends • Technology prices coming down/tech improving (commoditization changing solar) • New business models (PPAs/third party leases/crowdfunding/better data and securitization) • Shifting investment from technologies to businesses • State and local support • Hydro back?
  10. 10. Trends & Challenges: Energy Efficiency Trends 10 • Innovative financing tools • Breakdown of utility disincentives • IT • En – Proof of innovation models – Equated w/ quality • CAFE – Proof of innovation models • Long term risk seen in energy supply/cost • Technology Development Challenges • Information-based market failure • Split incentives and other inefficiencies • Corporate/analyst bias against “invisible” bottom line benefits • Corporate and consumer bias against future savings • Standard utility revenue model • Natural gas
  11. 11. Thank you! Roger S. Ballentine, President Green Strategies, Inc. Business Sustainability Consulting roger@greenstrategies.com 11

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