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BayWa r.e surveys corporate leaders on energy policy and procurement strategies
Research - OCTOBER 26, 2021

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BayWa r.e surveys corporate leaders on energy policy and procurement strategies

by Kali Persall

As world leaders prepare to head to Scotland for COP26, BayWa r.e. has published its Energy Report 2021, shedding light on how decision-makers in corporate America think and act on energy policy and procurement.

The report surveyed hundreds of U.S. corporate decision-makers to explore a series of topics crucial to the advancement of the renewable transition. U.S. corporations drive nearly 60 percent of electricity demand and play an essential role in closing the gap between goals and reality.

The report touches on a number of subjects, including corporate expectations on the role of government in combating climate change; drivers of energy decision-making at their companies; types of energy being procured and ownership models; the demographics of corporate energy buyers, and the role of consultants in corporate energy purchasing.

The findings of the survey reveal a nuanced view of energy procurement and policy in the U.S. business community. While stron

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