The SDS and NZ2050 aim for a high proportion of sustainable electrical energy production at a reduced growth rate, related to incisive efficiency improvement assumptions (machinery, HVAC, appliances) and voluntary reduction of energy use by consumers.

Sources: CPS-STEPS-SDS: (1) from 2000 to 2040: International Energy Agency (2019), World Energy Outlook 2019, IEA, Paris. All rights reserved www.iea.org (2) from 2040 to 2050: extrapolated by E-Technology.dev for illustration purposes; NZE: International Energy Agency (2021), Net Zero by 2050, IEA, Paris, All rights reserved www.iea.org ; E-TS: E-Technology.dev. [1]

 

E-Technology and green energy sources will catalyse Solar and Wind’s capacity usage rate and boost volume, concurrently eliminating intermittency/back-feed and the need for costly peak balancing. Production in excess of demand will flow into E-Technology’s strategically placed storage systems and be available when needed. Inter-grid connections will optimise energy flow. Combined with reduced CAPEX and maintenance costs (retired heavy complex systems), it will increase profits and R.O.I. Investors will accelerate the deployment of additional sustainable production means and storage units as sector attractivity takes a boost.

Early capture of market share is the winning play. The Green conversion will auto-finance itself.

Note: CPS = Current Policy Scenario; STEPS = Stated Policies Scenario; SDS = Sustainable Development Scenario; NZE = Net Zero Emission Scenario; E-TS = E-Technology Scenario