EEEIG has identified energy efficiency, deployment of muni and corporate lighting systems, and industrial cogeneration.
Declining investment costs of deploying solar, wind, and other renewable technologies, combined with the prospect of using cost-effective storage for resource-intermittency, has created very attractive investment opportunities, which, if properly structured, can provide attractive risk-return tradeoff.
The substitution of fossil fuels with renewables based electrons based on declining battery costs for buses and cars is an important trend leading to investment opportunities globally.
Currently, fossil fuels are primarily used as the source of electricity and heat needs by the industry in chemical, mettalurgical and manufacturing processes. The growing use of electroheating technologies and of the share of renewables in the energy mix will expand electrification.