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What are the most important phenomena shaping the future of energy? Start building your own futures intelligence on top of this data set featuring trends and technologies related to energy.


Future of energy

The future of energy is a topic of paramount importance as the world grapples with the challenges of climate change, resource depletion, and growing energy demands. Advancements in technology and a shift towards sustainable practices are shaping the trajectory of energy production and consumption in the coming decades. Various scenarios are being explored to meet the planet's energy needs while mitigating environmental impacts.

Example trends in this data set

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Renewable portfolio standards (RPS)

Renewable portfolio standards (RPS) are policy mechanisms implemented by governments to mandate or incentivize the use of renewable energy sources in a region's electricity generation mix.

Perovskite solar cells

Perovskite solar cells are a disruptive solar photovoltaic technology known for their high efficiency and low cost.

AI-driven energy trading

AI-driven energy trading involves the application of machine learning and algorithmic models to optimize energy trading decisions in wholesale and retail markets.

Virtual power plants (VPPs)

Virtual power plants (VPPs) integrate diverse energy resources, such as rooftop solar, battery storage, and electric vehicles, into a unified and intelligent energy management system.

Space-based solar power

Space-based solar power envisions capturing solar energy in space using satellites equipped with solar panels and transmitting it to Earth using microwave or laser beams.

Green hydrogen production

Green hydrogen production involves using renewable electricity to produce hydrogen through water electrolysis.

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