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Rising renewables: navigating the increasingly challenging US power markets

The panel

  • Seenu Kaliamurthy, Managing director, power solutions, Enuit
  • Joe Catarella, Partner, Baringa
  • Jonathan Hargrove, Vice-president, trading and origination, Inspire Clean Energy
  • Jazib Hasan, Managing director, EIG Global Energy Partners
  • Rohit Ogra, Co-founder, Treaty Oak Clean Energy
  • Moderated by: Stella Farrington, Head of content, Risk.net

Renewable energy is the fastest-growing energy source in the US and new investment is pouring in from government and corporates keen to meet environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards. For energy market participants this presents major incentives to invest in new clean energy projects and opportunities to trade in environmental markets. However, companies face challenges in dealing with the complexities that come with managing this evolving business.

Key topics discussed:

  • Surviving and thriving in the complex world of US power in transition
  • Current and future investment trends impacting power markets, from incentives for electric vehicles, charging stations and solar power to the growth in ESG investing
  • Transitioning to a greener industry: the latest rules, regulations and government policies
  • The major pain points and opportunities for energy companies operating in the US power markets
  • Coping with intermittency of renewable power production and eye-watering price variation in micro-timeframes
  • Optimising renewable energy credits to achieve more than only compliance
  • Types of data processing and analytics capability companies need to understand risk/reward under energy transition scenarios.
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