Sourcing Renewables - January 23, 2019
The energy markets are complex, and it can be difficult for large energy consumers to monitor the constantly changing energy world to determine how activity in the market could affect them. In their annual energy market outlook, Enel X North America’s Intelligence and Analytics team breaks down what large energy consumers need to know about the major developments set to take place in 2019.
Sourcing Renewables - November 10, 2018
It's the weekend! Kick back and relax with these must-read stories from around the web:
Power Prices - August 6, 2018
As wind and solar systems continue to expand, the amount of electricity being generated is outstripping demand during certain hours of the day, resulting in power prices falling to zero or even below in more jurisdictions.
Sourcing Renewables - May 24, 2018
Sales of electric buses are expected to jump by 84% by 2030, while cars will grow by 28% in the same period. Overall, the electrification of road transport will move into top gear in the second half of the 2020s, thanks to tumbling battery costs and larger-scale manufacturing.
Energy Storage - May 18, 2018
This webinar, sponsored by EDF Renewables, explores a new side of batteries, turning what was once the uncontrollable and perpetually increasing expense of utility bills into a competitive operational advantage and revenue generating asset.
Sourcing Renewables - April 20, 2018
This brochure from Enel Green Power describes an innovative model for renewable energy sourcing. The "Renewables4All" program is designed to offer customers with small-medium energy loads a broader spectrum of choices for affordable renewable energy.
Power Prices - January 17, 2018 - By William Cratty
This white paper, presented by CPower, explores reasons behind the increasing cost of electricity in the New England electrical power market and what commercial and industrial power customers can do to mitigate these cost increases.
Regulation - January 9, 2018
In a move widely regarded as an affirmation the independence of the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the commissioners on Jan. 8 unanimously rejected a proposal from Energy Secretary Rick Perry considered by critics to be a bailout for coal and nuclear generators.