Neither Fish Nor Fowl
The energy industry is changing, and its regulatory and financial moorings are shifting. Continuing cost declines in distributed resources take place alongside new gas and nuclear plant build. The supply stack is becoming greener, but the Clean Power Plan has been stayed. In our Update, themed “Neither Fish nor Fowl,” we look at the unusual picture drawn by the juxtaposition of these changes.
The Energy Industry Update – Volume 15, Issue 2
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Strange Brew: Adapting to Changing Fundamentals
The electric industry seems to be on the cusp of great change. Regulators are rethinking the hundred-year-old rate-of-return paradigm, renewables costs are falling (especially for solar photovoltaic technology), and the final rule is out on comprehensive power sector greenhouse gas emissions. Grid transformation is breaking down traditional boundaries between customers and producers, supply and demand, and roles of the center and the edge of the electric grid.
The Energy Industry Update – Volume 14, Issue 1
The Energy Industry Update – Volume 13, Issue 2
The Energy Industry Update – Volume 12, Issue 1
Managing with Uncertainty Fatigue
We are pleased to announce our Spring 2012 issue of THE SCOTTMADDEN ENERGY INDUSTRY UPDATE. This semi-annual publication features our view of recent significant events and emerging trends in the energy industry.
The Energy Industry Update – Volume 11, Issue 2
Unprecedented Uncertainty, Extraordinary Investment
We are pleased to announce our November 2011 issue of THE SCOTTMADDEN ENERGY INDUSTRY UPDATE. This semi-annual publication features our view of recent significant events and emerging trends in the energy industry.
The Energy Industry Update – Volume 10, Issue 1
Looking Beyond Recession
A year into a new presidential administration and the feared collapse of the world financial system, business has regained its footing and the world economy appears to be rebounding. Uncertainty over the pace and durability of recovery, an expanding federal regulatory and legislative agenda, and mixed state regulatory relationship makes the near-term murky, but companies are thinking beyond the current ambiguity to how they can position themselves for a future industry dynamic.
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