With rising concerns for energy costs and a focus on more efficient energy sources, it has become more important now than ever for decision-makers to formulate timely, successful plans in the face of rapid change and uncertainty.
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In the mature but dynamic power supply industry, emerging technologies such as LED and 5G, regulatory changes and green energy initiatives play an ever more considerable role. As well, the last several years have brought major changes in the landscape for wireless charging, with adoption increasing significantly as more consumers experience wireless charging for the first time and as the technology is implemented in new applications.
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The smart grid is poised to forever alter the way will live, work and play. It is ushering the energy industry into an era of increased availability, reliability and efficiency. At the same time, the global market for grid-connected energy storage systems is fast expanding. With these changes, though, come many unknowns.
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Major, multiple factors are at play in the solar energy sector. The demand for high-efficiency solar models is rising. Disruptions are rocking the global PV supply chain. Monocrystalline technology is gaining traction. Energy storage opportunities are increasing. And governmental policy changes are underway.
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