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Innovation is the calling card of technology. And pricing and cost efficiency to make projects scalable are often what seal the deal. Thanks to the operational efficiency that software and other tools can now bring to wind, solar, and other renewable energy infrastructure, the cost of going green isn’t as steep as it was before.This report examines

  • What may be thwarting the foundational development of the renewable energy infrastructure
  • How software and other tools can be used to provide the operational efficiency needed for such foundational infrastructure to work.
  • How the so-called big green premium—or the extra costs associated with adopting cleaner technologies or energy sources— is now less and less a factor as costs have come down due to software innovations, among other things, and
  • How the thinking of the stakeholders needed to move wind, solar, and other renewable energy sources forward is changing.