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 standards. For energy market participants this presents major incentives to…
Measuring the effect of corrective short-term updates for wind energy forecasts on intraday electricity prices
This paper investigates the impact of wind energy updates on intraday prices and proposes the use of merit-order-based models to counter price uncertainties stemming from updates.
As the financial industry shows signs of climate fatigue, regulators need to pick up the slack
A multivariate model for hybrid wind–photovoltaic power production with energy portfolio optimization
The authors model the power production and income of a wind-photovoltaic energy plant to determine the portfolio that maximises profitability as well as the optimal choice between wind and photovoltaic plants.
Cost of limiting global warming to 1.5°C will become too great for economy within 36 months
Empirical research on the relationship between renewable energy consumption, foreign direct investment and economic growth in South Asia
This paper scrutinizes the link between renewable energy consumption, foreign direct investment (FDI) and economic progress in South Asian countries.
Research finds both green supporting factor and carbon penalising factor have drawbacks
Talk of high SFDR hurdle for ESG funds stokes fears “sustainable” label will be unobtainable
Renewable energy supplier applies long-term ESG KPIs to short-term FX trades with Barclays and NatWest
Trend for tying derivatives to ethical criteria could soon extend to deal contingent hedges
What are energy firms doing to measure and mitigate transition risk?
Energy market expert investigates ways to forecast future power prices and capture rates in order to value renewables PPAs
Energy industry expert looks at key developments in the power purchase agreements market
Banks ponder how to offset risks of ESG derivatives – or whether hedging is even desirable
Increased climate policy will put more oil and gas assets under threat of stranding
This paper presents an empirical analysis of how power shocks resulting from intermittent renewables affect the forecast error of the forward premium in German electricity markets.
In this paper, the simulated environment of a hierarchical energy trading market using Ethereum’s smartcontract technology is created as a proof-of-concept of using blockchain technology in energy trading.
Community energy retail tariffs in Singapore: opportunities for peer-to-peer and time-of-use versus vertically integrated tariffs
In this paper, an electricity market is simulated using an iterative double-auction algorithm that resolves a social welfare optimization problem based on the Kelly auction mechanism. It is adapted to the case of Singapore.
BP and Engie pick up two awards each, while BNPP takes the coveted derivatives house of the year
Wind firming deals claim to address intermittency and stabilise renewable generator cashflow, but how effective are they?
BNP Paribas takes Derivatives house, BP wins Oil & products and BOCI and Engie scoop two awards each
Legal and practical problems mean blockchain is unlikely to change the UK’s grid, writes energy expert
New risk management challenges as firms split legacy fossil-fuel operations from renewable-focused areas
Significant cost reductions – or capacity payments – still needed