The energy industry is experiencing the greatest transition. Low and no carbon solutions, resilience, reliability and sustainability are key drivers. Methane and CO2 emissions are being strictly regulated while new natural gas consuming appliances are being banned in some states. No and low emission vehicles of all types are being promoted and adopted. Solar and wind power are becoming significant power sources, nuclear power has new life and hydrogen is being promoted as the future’s universal clean fuel. Various forms of energy storage are being deployed. Software, data and artificial intelligence now manage many energy production, transmission, distribution and consumer functions. Electrification of heating, transportation and other fossil uses accelerates. Global supply chain issues impact battery, EV and solar production. Capital and infrastructure plans are being reassessed and reset. Significant change brings significant opportunity, requiring impactful strategies and targeted business development plans. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Act and the Inflation Reduction Act are driving billions of dollars as incentives to pursue the abundance of opportunities. Community impact and justice, equity, diversity and inclusion now influence the energy industry and its projects as much as do energy supply, demand and cost, requiring new sensitivity, knowledge and skill. Energy industry innovation and intelligence are critical to advancing projects, products and services. Industry Innovation and Intelligence, Inc. provides clients these essential ingredients to identify opportunities, secure funding and create value. During the past year, we have supported client development of more than $250 million of project and tax credit funding applications.
The company’s Founders, with 60 years of energy industry experience, will help your company create a winning strategy, organize impactful business development plans, find and secure government grant and other funding, connect you with industry members essential to your success.