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Clean Energy Technology

Global supply chain analysis of key technologies to reduce emissions and confront climate change.

IHS Markit offers Clean Energy Technology, a global service providing comprehensive market intelligence of the important technologies shaping the energy transition. The service includes a continuous flow of data, forecasts, insight and analytics tools to track and understand how technologies develop and their impact on the industry. Robust and detailed demand forecasts are combined with in-depth analysis of the supply chain to provide a comprehensive view of industry developments and key players.

The service is driven by our global team of over 100 researchers, all of whom have extensive knowledge in battery and energy storage, hydrogen and renewable gas, solar pv, and wind.

With Clean Energy Technology you can:

  • Track the development of the most important clean energy technologies, and understand how they will develop in the future
  • Access detailed coverage of supply chains to identify key players along the value chain
  • Forecast the development of costs and prices to understand the competition between technologies
  • Develop relationships with industry-leading analysts and experts, and access detailed insights


Josefin Berg

Her focus areas include developer and EPC strategies, the demand for PV in emerging markets and the role of PV in the power generation mix. With more than 10 years of experience in the solar power industry, Ms. Berg authors reports on PV markets and trends, and she regularly speaks at industry events. Prior to joining IHS Markit, she was an R&D strategy consultant in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energies. Ms. Berg holds a Master of Science in environmental engineering from Uppsala University, Sweden. She speaks English, French, Spanish and Swedish and is based in Barcelona, Spain.

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Francesco d'Avack

Mr d'Avack coordinates global long-term outlooks for power and renewable market fundamentals including capacity and generation outlooks, and he leads the global cost analysis for renewables. He writes about the changing policy and market environment for renewable power generation as well as storage, emerging technology trends, business models, and the impacts for renewable supply chains. He regularly contributes to consulting engagements and multiclient studies.Before joining IHS Markit Mr d'Avack worked for Capgemini, a consultancy, and for Bloomberg New Energy Finance where he has analyzed global solar markets since 2007. Mr d'Avack holds a Bsc in Economics and Environmental Policy from the London School of Economics and a Master's degree from Sciences Po Paris in Economic Governance. He speaks English, French, and German.

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Cormac Gilligan

Mr. Gilligan is responsible for managing the research of the global PV inverter and Balance Of System (BOS) markets, regularly publishing research reports on these topics, and supporting many of the leading suppliers via custom research and consulting engagements. He supports detailed coverage of the energy storage industry, carrying out research and authoring reports on the quickly growing market for storage inverters. Mr. Gilligan is widely regarded as a leading authority on the global PV inverter market, analysis and commentary is regularly published by leading PV industry media and the global press. He has presented at many leading industry events and conferences. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Mr. Gilligan worked as a civil engineer developing rail and metro projects across capital cities throughout Europe. Mr. Gilligan graduated from University College Dublin with a degree in engineering and is based in Dublin, Ireland.

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Julian Jansen

Mr. Jansen is a research manager at IHS Markit, he leads global research on stationary energy storage and provides deep insight on the key value drivers and emerging business models accelerating storage deployment across Europe and North America. Along with covering new energy technologies, he delivers strategic advice for bespoke projects on the interplay between e-mobility and the energy industry. Previously, he established and managed the energy storage research area at specialist consultancy firm Delta-ee. Mr. Jansen holds a BBA in European management from Lancaster University, United Kingdom, a Bachelor of Science in international management from ESB Business School in Germany and Master of Science in ecological economics from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Alex Klaessig

Mr. Klaessig specializes in understanding how environmental regulation, technology, and innovation drive change in North American electric power markets. In addition to cochairing the IHS Markit Energy Innovation Pioneers program, Mr. Klaessig has been instrumental in several IHS Markit studies, including "Hydrogen in the Golden State." He has authored numerous reports on research into air quality regulations and retrofit/retirement decisions on coal-fired generation, as well as trends in technologies like cogeneration. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Mr. Klaessig consulted for Abt Associates, primarily on US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) contracts. Supporting the EPA, Mr. Klaessig focused on modeling the economic impact of proposed rulemakings and identifying noncompliance with environmental regulations. Mr. Klaessig holds a Bachelor of Science in physics from the University of Delaware, United States, and a Master of Public Policy from American University, United States.

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Deborah Mann

Ms. Mann was the project research lead on the IHS Markit studies "Hydrogen: The missing piece of the zero-carbon puzzle" and "Beyond the Flame: The transformation of Europe's heat sector," and she has authored numerous reports on subjects including energy storage, power to gas, sector coupling, renewable heat, energy efficiency, and carbon capture and utilization. Ms. Mann joined IHS Markit in 2007, leading a team producing European power market fundamentals analysis and modeling, as well as long-term European energy outlooks. Her previous experience includes 15 years in oil refining and gas conversion with BP, where she carried out various techno-economic appraisal and strategic studies, and for M W Kellogg, where she set up and ran a refinery planning group. A chartered chemical engineer, Ms. Mann is a member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers and of the Energy Institute. Educated in the United Kingdom, Ms. Mann holds Master of Arts and Master of Engineering degrees from the University of Cambridge and a Master of Science from Kingston University.

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Indra Suryata

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Youmin Rong, Ph.D.

Dr. Rong's responsibilities include analyzing the global battery supply chain and energy storage markets in Asia Pacific and providing input to customers on battery technology, e-mobility transition, battery cost, and pricing trends. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Dr. Rong served as the project lead and investment advisor for advanced batteries at NIO, the first Chinese electric vehicle company publicly listed on the New York Stock Exchange. He also worked for State Grid Corporation of China as an energy storage research fellow. In addition to his industrial experience, Dr. Rong was a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford Energy Corporate Affiliates of Stanford University, where he developed scientific research in advanced battery technology. Based on his research findings, he has published more than 15 papers in leading international peer-reviewed journals. During his prior career, he also worked closely with the Department of Energy (United States) and National Energy Administration (China) on technology research. Dr. Rong holds a Bachelor of Engineering and a Master of Engineering from Imperial College London, United Kingdom, and a Ph.D. from the University of Oxford, United Kingdom.

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Eduard Sala de Vedruna

Mr. Sala de Vedruna and his team deliver competitive strategy and market analysis to developers, utilities, and renewables equipment manufacturers on key trends and market opportunities. He is the author of numerous IHS Markit reports, including analyses of business models and competitive strategies employed by equipment manufacturers, utilities, and developers in the global renewables sector. Mr. Sala de Vedruna has more than 17 years of consulting and research experience in the energy sector with a focus on market analysis and competitive strategy, particularly with the global renewables market. He has worked on numerous tailored consulting assignments providing strategic advice and recommendations. Prior to joining IHS Markit, he was responsible for market research and management consulting at International Venture Consultants, where he contributed to a variety of projects for major oil and gas companies. Mr. Sala de Vedruna holds a degree in economics from the University of Barcelona, Spain. He is based in Paris and is fluent in English, Spanish and French. 

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Soufien Taamallah, Ph.D.

Soufien Taamallah is a director at IHS Markit focused on energy technologies and hydrogen research. He is an expert in energy systems and a technical lead in the IHS Markit hydrogen initiative. Dr. Taamallah has extensive academic and industry experience in the energy field, from startups to large multinationals. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Dr. Taamallah was a senior research and development engineer at L3 Open Water Power, a startup developing novel fuel cells for powering unmanned underwater vehicles. He also worked at General Electric’s Global Research Center as a combustion test and computational fluid dynamics engineer. Before that, he was a research assistant in the Reacting Gas Dynamics Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, pursuing his doctoral studies on fuel flexibility in gas turbine combustion. Dr. Taamallah served in the French Naval Aviation, and he holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering with a minor in economics from Ecole Polytechnique, France, a Master of Science in energy engineering and science from Ecole des Mines de Paris, France, and a doctorate in mechanical engineering and computation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States.

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Andrei Utkin

Mr. Utkin’s responsibilities include global renewable market research, contribution to long-term forecasts, cost projections, and asset ownership worldwide. His interests encompass offshore wind and nonmainstream technologies including biomass, concentrating solar power, and ocean and geothermal energy. He assists with the global scenarios and with detailed Multiclient Studies. Mr. Utkin has more than eight years of project management experience in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Previously, he worked with Enertime SA, where he was a project manager of Organic Rankine Cycle cogeneration power plant projects based on renewable energy sources. Prior to that, he worked in Belarus as a project manager of energy efficiency projects and as an energy efficiency consultant. Mr. Utkin holds a bachelor’s degree in construction engineering (Power Plant Construction and Engineering Services Faculty) from the Belarusian National Technical University in Minsk and a master’s degree in international energy from Sciences Po in Paris, France. He is fluent in Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, English, and French.

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Sam Wilkinson

Mr. Wilkinson coordinates and contributes to a wide range of custom research, consulting, and advisory projects, in addition to continued contributions to the team's syndicated research products. His areas of expertise are solar PV, battery technology and supply chain, and battery energy storage (for grid applications).Upon joining the team in 2008, Mr. Wilkinson was responsible for researching the photovoltaic (PV) inverter market and the PV module and polysilicon supply chain, working closely with leading global suppliers to develop detailed analysis on these markets. He has also been responsible for establishing primary research reports focusing on solar demand and policy, complementing IHS Markit extensive research of the complete PV supply chain. Building on his experience in the solar research team, Mr. Wilkinson established the Clean Energy Technology team's coverage of energy storage in 2012, covering a wide range of topics within this fast-developing sector, including the development of battery technology and the battery supply chain. Mr. Wilkinson's analysis and commentary is regularly published by leading PV and energy industry media and the global press. He has also presented at many leading industry events and conferences and previously worked in structural engineering. Mr. Wilkinson holds a bachelor's degree in math and engineering from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.

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Edurne Zoco, Ph.D.

Dr. Zoco provides experience, analysis, and actionable insight to our customers on the solar PV supply chain and the development of global demand for PV and its role in the wider energy transition. She contributes to a broad range of deliverables across the research team, including both subscription products and custom research and consulting projects. Dr. Zoco has been involved in the solar industry for over a decade and has presented at leading industry events and conferences since 2007. Prior to joining IHS Markit, she was employed by Trina Solar, a leading PV manufacturer where she held global positions within corporate and strategic marketing. She holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Notre Dame, United States. She speaks English, French, Spanish, and Italian.

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