The 2021 US Renewable Energy Outlook

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Stay ahead of opportunities in the U.S. renewable energy market in 2021.

As energy transition continues to grow as a focus for state legislatures and is likely to be accelerated by President Biden's clean energy policy, as well as environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, how do you stay ahead on the latest developments and opportunities in the renewable energy market?

Our S&P Capital IQ Pro platform provides essential data, powerful analytics and actionable insights to help you make well-informed decisions easier and faster:

  • Understand the forecasts for demand/supply of power markets and conduct project valuations with our Power Forecast model and guidance reports. Our model incorporates historical and 20-years forward-looking wholesale electricity and capacity projections, drilled-down to hourly and daily power prices.
  • Leverage a 20-year Renewable Energy Credit (REC) Price Forecast to improve power plant asset valuation by allowing for identification of potential of REC revenue, discover opportunities for new development within the REC markets, and estimate environmental compliance costs for utilities and power buyers.

  • Use our alerts to track issued RFP/IRPs and screen for power plants and projects that match the RFP criteria by locations, ownership and PPA details.

  • Gain an overview of US power market dynamics by comparing operational and planned renewable plants, their development status and capacity in the pipeline.
  • Access nodal pricing information of 35,000 locations to quantify historical energy revenue and understand the potential value of projects

  • Visualize the energy landscape, identify infrastructure developments and market trends via our interactive mapping for more context of your targeted opportunities.
  • Access our distributed generation solar datasets to analyze which utilities are losing revenue due to load defection from behind-the-meter solar installations and by comparing installation cost and capacities across states, counties, down to zip codes.

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