Energy Industry Update — Volume 19, Issue 2
Join more than 10,000 executives who rely on the Energy Industry Update (EIU) for important trends and data-driven insights. This issue will allow you to:
- Enhance your strategy by identifying where you are in the four quadrants of renewable energy deployment stages and potential strategies based upon current renewables penetration
- Understand developments in California’s iconic duck curve and actions executives can take to manage its effects
- Learn how the Western Energy Imbalance Market is improving integration of renewables into the grid, providing financial and operational benefits, and better delivering what customers want
Access the associated webcast recording and presentation here.
California ISO’s Western EIM continues to grow as an alternative service vies for participants. Learn about grid benefits and opportunities for energy markets, including supply cost optimization, renewables integration, and transmission planning and use.
As the effects of California’s duck curve are far surpassing original expectations, see how operational impacts are pervasive and expanding year-round and how California is pursuing a variety of mitigation strategies.
After falling out of the limelight, CCUS is gaining new consideration globally for power and industrial applications. Explore this renewed interest in CCUS—expanded incentives, technology, and potential breakthroughs on the horizon.
What are the key considerations for utilities in balancing or prioritizing development of utility-scale versus distributed renewable resources? Find out how these resources should be integrated and effectively managed to maximize the benefit to customers and the grid.
While regulatory reforms in California and New York continue to receive a great deal of attention, there are considerable—and often overlooked—efforts underway in the state of Hawaii. Learn about how the state’s goal of 100% renewable energy by 2045 is driving new paradigms.
A graphical look at divergences in the energy industry.