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Tom Buttgenbach, CEO and president of 8minute Solar Energy, one of the most successful developers of utility-scale solar projects in the United States, joins us to discuss what he sees in store for the market
The renewable energy industry has been waiting since January for the opinions of the US Court of Federal Claims in Bishop Hill Energy, LLC and California Ridge Wind Energy, LLC.
Offshore wind projects more than 12 miles offshore are less likely to be subject to state laws after a US Supreme Court decision in mid-June.
Strong growth in natural gas production in the US will keep downward pressure on natural prices in 2019 and 2020.
A US Supreme Court decision has left room for debate about when development banks can be sued in US courts.
Energy storage is a solution to a range of problems. Different “use cases” are getting traction. Storage has not yet reached a tipping point in the United States, but adoption is accelerating.
Norton Rose Fulbright holds internal training sessions for lawyers in its projects group. The following is from a session in mid-June about physical fixed-volume hedges.
Senior executives of four solar companies talked at the annual Solar Energy Industries Association finance workshop in New York this spring about the state of the market.
Opportunity zones have been something of a disappointment so far to renewable energy developers. Developers have been looking at them as a possible way to raise equity for their projects.
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