Oct 02, 2015
- Olivia Feld
Sep 25, 2015
- Richard Metcalf
Sep 25, 2015
- Power Finance & Risk
A Californian utility has employed 20 sure-footed creatures to help haul equipment to its remote hydroelectric project in the Eldorado National Forest.
As technology allows engineers to build wind turbines ever taller and with ever wider diameters, a team of inventors in Iceland is heading in the opposite direction.
As the leaves begin to change color and chestnuts appear on the sidewalks here in New York, the project finance and generation asset markets are heating up, especially in PJM.
The project finance market, which slowed down in August, has been hastily awoken after Labor Day.
On Sept. 17 at the PJM Market Summit on the outskirts of Philadelphia, a diverse panel discussed the risks and opportunities presented by the latest market developments in terms of project finance and investment in new generation.
On Sept. 16, PJM market participants and industry observers from further afield gathered for the PJM Market Summit to discuss the introduction of new capacity performance rules and the evolution of demand response products.
As part of Emera’s acquisition of TECO Energy, the Halifax, Nova Scotia-based energy company will take ownership of some unusual, mammalian assets.
The Netherlands’ rail system will run entirely on wind power by 2018.
With blue skies over Rhode Island this week one man decided that soaking up the rays at ground level wasn’t good enough and looked for sanctuary a little higher up.
Several large portfolio sales involving assets in the North East are set to go ahead following the results of the PJM Interconnection capacity market auction. Elsewhere, renewables assets are changing hands and EDF RE has boosted its development pipeline by acquiring OwnEnergy.
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