Wind and Solar Energy Expansion Growth: Implications for Commodity Demand?

Presented by

Feng Zhao, Matthew Watkins, Jorn de Linde, Chenfei Wang and Daan de Jonge

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As renewable energy technologies mature, there has been a continuous drop in their costs, which has made them a competitive alternative to fossil fuel plants. This, combined with the Paris Agreement's commitment to Net Zero Emissions by 2050, has led to a boom in their deployment. Whether you are a producer, energy company, financier, investor or policy-maker, this webinar is your opportunity to engage directly with CRU's analysts who are leading the debate on the impact renewable energy is having on the demand for commodities. Which countries are leading the way? What are the challenges and obstacles? CRU also welcomes Feng Zhao, Head of Strategy and Market Intelligence at the Global Wind Energy Council, as our guest speaker on this webinar to share a high level overview of GWEC's annual Global Wind Energy Report 2021. CRU’s senior analysts will then share their views on the impact of renewable energy on the demand for silicon, steel, wire and cable and rare earths. - Wind: The Outlook to 2030 - Solar: Outlook - Prospects and sensitivities - Demand: The role of Steel, Silicon, Rare Earths and Wire & Cable - Discussion: Challenges and Opportunities 3 Reasons to attend this webinar: • Find out how much the wind and solar sector are expected to grow by 2030. • Which commodities will be most affected and how will this affect your business planning? • Which countries will see the biggest growth in renewables and what are the obstacles to success?

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