Volumes for the green and sustainability linked bond and loan markets have exploded in the past years, and with the addition of transition bonds in the market there is no lack of available funding for power and energy projects in the US. How do you pick the right product for your project? What trends and pitfalls do you need to be aware of when discussing your options?
Offering stability for both connected and microgrids, standalone and solar+, storage technology continues to improve and become a core factor in the energy transition.
A multi billion dollar industry, the US power markets continue to grow, new assets come online everyday, and new targets for power production and green energy are increasingly announced by banks and corporates alike. But what is the real state of the US market? Will it continue to grow? What obstacles stand in the way of power production?
Calling all Dealmakers! Deal or No Deal is back – top lenders are tasked with dissecting 3 hypothetical deals in the market, navigating through pricing structures, risk offtakes for new tech, and managing through the competitive US Power market all to see what can make it to market, and what is No Deal!
The hottest sector in US renewable energy– estimated north of 25 billion– the offshore wind market in the US seems to have just scraped the surface for potential projects. This session will explore:
Billions of metric tons of CO2 emitted per year by the generation of power and energy in the US. How do we approach decarbonizing a market that we rely so heavily on for daily use? This panel takes stock of the current hurdles we face in reaching cleaner generation opportunities and best strategies in financing them
Solar continues to be the fastest growing electricity asset in the world, with over 1000 GW of capacity globally. With such a large asset class, there are many aspects to consider including:
Potentially one of the most exciting technologies in the path to net zero emissions is carbon sequestration. The opportunity to limit the amount of carbon emitted into the atmosphere would provide some limited immediate relief to the decarbonization worries. But with few CCS project yet on line and even fewer specifically for the power sector, we need to map largest pressure points. We’ll explore:
- What states / regions are most ripe for DERs
- Outlining biggest hurdles to distributed asset buildout - transmission congestion, intermittency, financing, etc.
- Breakdown of financial opportunities made available to DERs based projects
- Equitable access to clean energy: outlining strategies for communities reliant on carbon dense energies
Oil and Natural Gas assets account for over half of the power mix in the US. Hear from gas giants as they explore power pricing, pressures from investors, and dissect what the next five years of energy production could look like.
Interest for the RNG space has quickly risen in the renewable energy space for its pipeline quality and compatibility with natural gas infrastructure, and projects seem to be getting over the line much faster than any other renewable gas source. Our panel explores:
Outdated and lack of fully interconnected transmission continues to be a leading barrier to getting new projects online and having access to reliable power. With climate related disasters wreaking havoc on a 60+ year old system, transmission and grid stability has been and will be a core focus in the market
Through the many colors of hydrogen, our panel of experts explores:
With climate change and decarbonization at the forefront of the green power revolution, we explore the convergence of policy, finance, and ESG goals leading the charge in clean energy
Appetite for electric vehicles has grown exponentially, and with it the demand for more accessible and affordable charging stations. How are developers and sponsors responding? What financial frameworks can we look to in helping realize an electrified transportation future?