Infocast’s lead media partner, Stratton Report, caught up with Jeff Chester, Partner at Morrison & Foerster at the Wind Power Finance & Investment Summit 2018. Chester shared his expert insights on corporate offtake agreements, how the wind industry has evolved and what players will be the primary buyers. Watch his exclusive interview below.
Infocast’s lead media partner, Stratton Report, caught up with Gillian Howard Larsen, the Global Director of Due Diligence Services at AWS TruePower at the Wind Power Finance & Investment Summit 2018. Larsen shared her expert insights on the wind industry, corporate offtake agreements, and the M&A landscape. Watch her exclusive interview below.
Infocast’s lead media partner, Stratton Report, caught up with Michael O’Brien, Partner at Winston & Strawn LLP at the Wind Power Finance & Investment Summit 2018. O’Brien shared his insights on how to demonstrate financial viability to potential investors and lenders. Watch his exclusive interview below.
The Public Utility Commission of Texas has been exploring changes to price formation in ERCOT’s market. What would the impacts to customers be for the proposed changes that include real time co-optimization of energy and ancillary services, marginal losses, and locational reserves? What advantages could ERCOT’s unique “energy only” market, with an Operating Reserves Demand Curve for resource adequacy, bring for customers? Will alignment with other successful market features pave the way for new opportunities?
The entire wind industry has been focused on the potential (and actual) impacts of tax law change on the tax equity market since President Trump was elected. By January, we should know whether that tree actually bore fruit by year-end. Regardless, sponsors have addressed the potential for changes in various ways.
According to CPUC’s estimates, 85% of electricity load from the IOUs will be served by other sources such as Community Choice Aggregators and rooftop solar by the mid-2020s. CCAs have an ambitious vision of procuring power for their customers from new, locally-sited solar, wind, geothermal and other renewable resources in order to boost job creation, support local economies, reduce GHG emissions and fight climate change.
The world of corporate energy procurement is continuing to mature, both in terms of the products and options that are available but also in terms of the market participants. Although many deals continue to occur with large single-load purchasers located in organized markets, we have also seen a proliferation of financial arrangements, pass-through deals, and other types of transactions that accommodate a purchaser’s size and location(s).
SunZia is a 515-mile, 500kV independent transmission project that will connect high-quality wind and solar resources in New Mexico and southern Arizona with markets in the West. The Project comprises two single-circuit 500kV alternating-current transmission lines and a number of substations, with an east to west rating of 3,000 MW. Development of the Project commenced in 2006 and construction of the first line is expected to commence by the middle of 2018 with commercial operation planned for late 2020.
The webinar will identify key strategies for engaging and communicating with customers under the NY REV. With customers playing an integral role in the overall system, attendees will gain valuable insight in how to increase customer engagement. Learn the means and technologies you can use to effectively communicate with prosumers and commercial customers.
By: Amy Haddon, VP of Communications & Engagement, Renewable Choice Energy
If you’ve been paying attention, you know that seismic shifts have been underway in how we’re generating energy worldwide, and how those actions play into international goals around carbon emission reductions. What you may not know is the important role businesses have played in the renewable energy tipping point or why corporations are pursuing renewables so doggedly.