Global investment in renewable energy has grown rapidly in recent years, driven by concerns about energy security, climate change, the increasing cost of fossil fuels and national economic policies to create jobs. Looking forward, global investment in renewable energy projects is projected to rise from $195bn in 2010 to $460bn by 2030, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance analysis.
Companies operating in the sector are committing significant capital funds, typically in the hundreds of millions, to develop projects with the objective of achieving a maximum return on that investment. Most of the challenges are people and process centric – from the finance function providing genuine guidance to the project, to the centralised decision making needing access to a single version of the truth.
In this series of posts we will look at how Enverian provides solutions to solve these challenges.
Posted: July 4, 2012