A blueprint for integrating clean energy
We have the clean energy technology to halve emissions by 2030 and unlock huge consumer benefits. We now need simultaneous deployment ‘on-site, on-road, on-grid’.
Let’s integrate our energy systems
It’s time to pull this all together – on-site solar and storage; electrified cooling, heating and cooking; smart meters supporting both the grid and on-site energy management; EVs charging buildings and the grid and vice versa.
Designing and deploying energy supply and demand in integrated systems reduces costs, increases flexibility, and cuts emissions faster.
Integrate to Zero is a global philanthropic initiative that provides insights, supports deployment and advocates for scaling consumer-generated energy systems, ‘on-site, on-road, on-grid’, so that integration happens more quickly and inclusively. We work collaboratively, linking global expertise with local implementors.
Together, we are changing what’s possible.
An energy transition breakthrough
A simpler, faster, cheaper clean energy transition
Consumers face complex, often transaction heavy processes when trying to adopt clean energy solutions. Not all technology is interoperable. Financing is often unattractive. And yet the economic opportunities for consumers are significant and payback times getting faster. Additionally, consumer (private) financing of clean energy systems can have public spillover benefits by reducing peak demands on grids, saving utility costs and reducing wholesale energy prices. Furthermore, scaling consumer systems can reduce emissions more quickly, supporting much needed urgent climate action.
Integrate to Zero is supporting collaboration and action between consumers, civil society, policy makers, the energy industry and investors. We are generating insights, supporting consumers, enabling markets and finding solutions for scaling action. By raising awareness, making energy system integration simpler and more inclusive we are helping deliver a breakthrough in the energy transition.
We are providing research and data into economics, current pricing, policies and technologies for clean energy system integration.
We are engaging with energy consumers across multiple sectors of the economy, particularly the food and agriculture sectors, to understand and support procurement for on-site, on-road, on-grid integration.
We are discovering and connecting energy industry providers of integrated systems. We are supporting technology transfer and skills training in African countries. And we are assessing existing and ideal contracting options.
We are identifying the policy packages that can scale integration on-site, on-road and on-grid. We are exploring how to make procurement simpler , how to de-risk and multiply finance, and how to mainstream energy system integration into climate multilateralism.
One ambitious goal
Integrate with us
By integrating clean energy solutions we can break down siloes and enhance collaboration locally and globally. It is not ‘on’ versus ‘off’ grid but about optimal contributions of centralised and distributed energy sources in integrated systems through which energy can flow dynamically.
We would love to hear from you – your questions, ideas and the challenges you see in integrating clean energy systems for maximum consumer benefit.
Together we can Integrate to Zero.
Develop consumer-friendly policies that support energy system integration.
Use energy system integration as a collaboration mechanism and focus on consumers to make the energy transition more inclusive.
Ensure interoperability and make solutions simpler for customers.
Engage, demonstrate, and demand the integration opportunity.
Support better deals for energy consumers, directly or in partnership with suppliers.
Together, we can Integrate to Zero
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Our support for breakthrough action
Integrate to Zero ‘Insights’ are providing answers to vital questions such as:
What types of products and contracts are available? Which government policies incentivise integration? Who are the leading suppliers? How do we identify the largest economic opportunities and latest market prices? And which technologies talk to each other the most?
Read our case studies, resources and evidence to see how Integrate to Zero works in practice.
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Providing essential support, collaboration and action
From research to policies and technology demonstrations, our partners are already delivering a blueprint for consumer-centric clean energy systems integration on-site, on-road, on-grid.
Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP)
Who we are
Integrate to Zero is an initiative supported by the Climate Emergency Collaboration Group – a philanthropic collaboration focused on climate multilateralism.
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