EVA Special Report: Competition Between Renewables and Natural Gas Escalates

Arlington, Virginia – January 19, 2017 Energy Ventures Analysis (EVA) today published a report analyzing regional dynamics of near-term renewables and gas power capacity additions. The report focuses on a few critical states (Texas, California, Pennsylvania and New York) and evaluates the increasingly prevalent competition between gas and renewable energy (namely, wind and utility-scale solar […]

Energy Ventures Analysis’ Leading Natural Gas Market Advisory Service Anticipated Surprise JAN Expiration for Weeks

Arlington, Virginia – January 5, 2017 Headlines flashed across markets last week announcing that natural gas prices had ripped their way to a two-year high as threats of cold-air invasions met an unusually-tight supply/demand balance, completing a 5-day, 20.5% rally into the JAN contract expiry of $3.93.  Clearly, this found many market participants surprised, with […]

November Renewables Newsletter: What will happen to Renewables under the Trump Administration?

This month’s edition provides EVA’s perspective on how the 2016 election will impact renewable energy development in the United States. Among other issues, we evaluate the prospects for the Clean Power Plan, the Paris Climate agreement and the ITC/PTC. Click here to view the Newsletter For more information, please contact us [email protected]

October Environmental Newsletter provides Insights into EPA’s CSAPR Seasonal NOx Update Rule and its Effect on U.S. Coal Generation

This month’s edition of EVA’s Environmental Newsletter provides a closer look at EPA’s final Update Rule to its Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR) Seasonal NOx program and its effect on the CSAPR seasonal NOx allowance market and U.S. coal generation. Click here to view the Newsletter For more information on the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule, […]