Energy Transition in Motion (Week of May 31, 2024)

Here is a look at some of this week’s renewable energy news.

Adding Green: HighPeak, Priority Power Advance WildHorse Solar

Developed and owned by Priority Power, the facility is expected to lower costs and minimize HighPeak’s greenhouse gas emissions.

EIA: Even with High Summer Demand, Maxed Out NatGas to be Sidestepped

Overall, electricity demand is forecasted to be up 3%, and solar power is expected to make up the difference.

US Unveils Proposed Guidance for Clean Electricity Credits

Clean energy generation projects, including nuclear and geothermal, will be part of the Clean Electricity investment and production tax credits, which replaces the IRA’s investment and production tax credits.

Apricus Generation Acquires Solar, Storage Developer Nexus Renewables

Nexus is the first strategic acquisition of holding company Apricus, which launched earlier this year.

Energy Transition in Motion (Week of May 24, 2024)

Here is a look at some of this week’s renewable energy news, including a ‘breakthrough’ for enhanced geothermal systems.

Enbridge, EDF’s Fox Squirrel Solar Project Goes Online

Fox Squirrel, a solar project owned by Enbridge and developed by EDF Renewables North America, aims to help meet central Ohio’s increasing power demand, which could double by 2028.

Adkins: Attacks on Fossil Fuels, Overregulation Poised to Backfire

Raymond James’ J. Marshall Adkins tells Hart Energy’s SUPER DUG conference attendees demonizing oil and gas, strenuous regulations and continued inflation are bound to have unexpected consequences for E&P opponents.

Energy Transition in Motion (Week of May 17, 2024)

Here is a look at some of this week’s renewable energy news, including more moves by the U.S. to strengthen and protect the U.S. solar panel manufacturing sector from China.

Exclusive: Adkins on Challenged Gas Prices, Growing Crude Demand

J. Marshall Adkins, head of energy investment banking at Raymond James, details the future of natural gas prices and misconceptions about crude demand coming to an end in this Hart Energy Exclusive interview.