Electrification Futures Study: End-Use Technology Cost and Performance Projections through 2050

“Electrification Futures Study: End-Use Electric Technology Cost and Performance Projections through 2050, is the first report in a series of publications in the Electrification Futures Study (EFS), a multi-year research project to explore widespread electrification in the future energy system of the United States. EFS is designed to examine electric technology advancement and adoption for end uses in all major economic sectors, as well as electricity consumption growth and load profiles, future power system infrastructure development and operations, and the economic and environmental implications of widespread electrification. Because of the expansive scope and the multi-year duration of the study, research findings and supporting data will be published as a series of reports, with each report released on its own timeframe. EFS is conducted by NREL and funded by the Strategic Priorities and Impact Analysis Team in the Energy Department’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.”

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