Renewable energy is stepping into a brave new, increasingly unsubsidised, world where projects compete on their economic and environmental merits. The latest RECAI looks at this new landscape.
Success without subsidy: a new renewable energy landscape
Portfolio shifts to dictate utilities’ dealmaking
Electrifying India building blocks for a sustainable EV ecosystem
Renewables withstand the headwinds
Power transactions and trends Q4 2017
The retail energy revolution
Would utilities or energy investment be better than P&U?
Expanding the traditional utility value proposition
Renewables: finally breaking free
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