A lifetime without charging in public
Anyone who thinks spending time at a public charging station is a blocker to buying an electric vehicle (EV) might want to consider the numbers behind EV and internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle refueling times. The answer is that it really depends on your use case and primarily these two questions: • How many long-distance […]
Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage: Finding Opportunities in an Emerging Market
The current state of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) is dominated by the supermajors and large midstream companies who can afford to absorb risks in this emerging market. CCUS project developers are forging ahead without the typical commitments between an oil and gas producer and midstream pipeline developer. And, as we argued in our […]
Energy Levelized — Episode 11: Powering Up the Power Markets
In our latest episode of Energy Levelized, we discuss how U.S. state and federal regulators are managing the integration of renewable technology, increased power demand following COVID-19, and rising summer temperatures. Morgan Kwan and Ian Nieboer interview Adam Jordan, managing director for Enverus Intelligence Research managing director, on his perspectives on renewable energy, growing demand […]
70% of the Interconnection Queue Will Be Scrapped. Who Will Be a Winner?
There has been an increase in demand and adoption of renewable power sources in North America. Since 2007, we have experienced a boom of solar and wind power joining the grid, generating a hefty amount of clean power. In the next four years, ISO interconnection queue are crammed with 700 gigawatts of planned projects across […]