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Power Going Green

The handwriting is on the wall—and it is green. From residential builders to infrastructure giants, contractors across the world are recognizing the need to plan and execute for a greener tomorrow. U.S. electric utilities, especially, are under growing pressure to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and integrate cleaner, more sustainable energy sources in a bid to meet aggressive net-zero energy targets.

Based on a survey of more than 200 power industry professionals, the 2022 Megatrends in Power report from Black & Veatch and Clarion Energy identifies four major trends – decarbonization, electrification, climate adaptation, and energy transformation – that continue to drive decision-making for 2022 and beyond, helping the power industry position for a pending net-zero future.

The third report in the company’s Megatrends report series, pairs primary research with market insight and expertise to inform the American energy landscape. The new report examines the megatrends that are setting the stage for the next decade of a rapidly evolving energy ecosystem:

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