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The trends shaping the energy transition

Progress in clean energy is narrowing climate-change scenarios. How is it shaping up on the grid?

We are headed into an uncertain future for the climate — but the range of possible scenarios is becoming clearer. We’ve likely avoided the worst-case scenarios, thanks to the progress made in clean energy.

And that has experts feeling conflicted.

People who are deep in the industry of trying to address climate change flip-flop from skepticism to the amazing opportunity we have,” says DNV Senior Vice President Nick Brod. Every few weeks, we see new technologies that show us that there is endless potential to make things more and more efficient.”

We definitely have a lot of the technologies in wind and solar and storage — and there continue to be breakthroughs,” says DNV Senior Vice President Marion Hill.

We have most of the tools we need to slow climate change. So where are the opportunities? And what are the bottlenecks to growth?

In this special episode produced in partnership with DNV, we feature a conversation between Stephen Lacey, Nick Brod and Marion Hill about the trends reshaping supply and demand on the grid.

DNV provides advice and assurance to customers across the spectrum of the energy transition, from generation to end use, in solar, storage, wind, grid planning, hydrogen, carbon capture and more. To learn more about how experts like Nick and Marion can help you accelerate the energy transition, go to