Aggreko to offer deeper insights on bridging the energy gap for Asia Pacific
Considering a decentralised energy solution
APAC is operating in a highly competitive world, one in which the cost of energy can have an enormous impact on our ability to take on and win against our global competitors. And yet, attempts to reduce energy consumption all-too-often run into the familiar road blocks. APAC's ageing and inefficient asset base is one barrier, but so are capex constraints and the perceived technical obstacles of implementing many of the potential solutions.
New opportunities, such as demand side response (DSR), gas and renewable generation offer a tantalising glimpse of a decentralised energy future in which companies generate their own energy, and sell their surplus back to the grid. But, for a variety of reasons, there is an understandable reluctance to make the not insignificant jump to a decentralised solution.