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07. Energy Mix


The term “energy mix ” refers to the combination of the various primary energy sources used to meet energy needs in a given geographic region. It includes fossil fuels (oil, natural gas and coal ), nuclear energy and the many sources of renewable energy (wood and other bioenergies, hydro, wind, solar and geothermal ). These primary energy sources are used, for example, for generating power , providing fuel for transportation and heating and cooling residential and industrial buildings ( .

The composition of the energy mix varies greatly from one country or region to the next and can change significantly depending on the period.

Energy Mix


The availability of usable resources domestically or the possibility of importing them.

The extent and type of energy needs to be met.

Policy choices determined by historical, economic, social, demographic, environmental and geopolitical factors.

As utilities contemplate integrating multiple sources of energy we assist them with expertise across different areas that enable this complex decision making process.

Our consultants are skilled in:

01. Grid

Grid Code assistance

02. Aggrigate

Aggregator operation and trading

03. Energy

Energy Trading