WoodMac: V-Shaped Recovery for Distributed Energy Resources in 2021

By [email protected] The second quarter of 2020 provided a clearer picture of the dramatic impact that COVID-19 is having on the grid edge sector in the United States and abroad.

The restrictions imposed to fight the pandemic, coupled with the unfolding economic downturn, have created delays in grid edge project implementation schedules, according to a new grid edge market update from Wood Mackenzie.

This has in turn severely curbed growth trajectories for distributed energy resources (DERs) in the near term. Solar, storage, microgrids, residential EV charging outlets and other DERs have all been impacted, and the recession is expected to further weigh on growth

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