Navigating the new energy market dynamics

Utilities need to adapt to compete in the “new normal” environment of renewable energy supply

The rapid deployment of renewable energy is fundamentally transforming energy supply and power markets, resulting in lower average prices but also more volatile prices. These new market dynamics are causing pain for inflexible generation resources, but also creating significant revenue-enhancing opportunities for flexible resources, particularly in the ancillary services and real-time markets.  

Under this new paradigm, the shift to renewable generation has created new value chains and

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