BayWa r.e. Energy Report 2019

In partnership with the RE-Source Platform, the BayWa r.e. Energy Report 2019 is the first, systematic, quantitative opinion survey that has been carried out among 1,200 decision-makers in medium-sized and large companies in the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, France and Poland. Download the preview report now and register your interest to receive, the full report, which will be released early in 2019. Register now for the full report.

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Can corporations truly become the driving force of the renewable transition?

In October this year the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released their most stark warning yet on the global impact of failing to limit global warming to 1.5°C. 

At the same time, the renewable energy transition in Europe is at a crossroads as it moves from being subsidy driven, to market driven. A world where corporations would then, naturally, take up more of the market. However, corporates must first be convinced of the investment benefits. 

To what extent, however, are European corporations a driving force in the energy transition? What progress has been made so far and what factors, if any, keep corporations from pursuing their goals? Do corporations see the transition as an opportunity or a challenge? And are governments helping or hindering the speed of transition?

The latest BayWa r.e. Energy Report provides answers to these questions by analysing the views of corporations across six key European countries on how they view renewable energy. The full report will be released early in 2019.

Background: The BayWa r.e. Energy Report series 

The BayWa r.e. Energy Report 2019 surveyed a total of 1,200 companies with more than 500 employees based in the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Poland. The study was carried out amongst corporate decision-makers operating in one of the following areas: energy providers, factory or company equipment, property and buildings, technical equipment and machinery or raw and fuel materials. 

The BayWa r.e. Energy Report 2019 is the first, systematic, quantitative opinion survey providing meaningful and comparable insights into the attitudes of European medium-sized and large companies towards the energy transition, current energy policy issues, sustainability targets and plans to source renewable energy in the next five years.

The BayWa r.e. Energy Report series was launched in 2015 in order to find out more about European consumer’s support for the energy transition. The first edition focused on private households in Germany and the attitudes of Germans towards the energy transition. Download the German version (no further languages available). The second edition, published in 2017, provided meaningful insights into the energy supply of German companies and the prevailing attitude of companies towards renewables. Download the German version or the English Summary.

About the RE-Source Platform

The RE-Source Platform is a European alliance of stakeholders representing clean energy buyers and suppliers for corporate renewable energy sourcing. This platform pools resources and coordinates activities to promote a better framework for corporate renewable energy sourcing at EU and national level. 

The multi-stakeholder platform is bringing together the interests of both buyers and sellers, to unlock the potential for corporate sourcing of and promising financing stream for renewable energies. Learn more at www.resource-platform.eu

Contacts

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Mark Cooper
Head of Corporate Communications
BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH
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Felix Gmelin
Communication Manager
BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH
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    At a glance

    The BayWa r.e. Energy Report 2019 will be released early next year and is the first, systematic, quantitative opinion survey that has been carried out among 1,200 decision-makers in medium-sized and large companies in the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, France and Poland. Issued in partnership with the RE-Source Platform it surveys and analyses the attitude of corporations towards sourcing of renewable energy. Download the preview now and register your interest to receive the full report. 

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