Tag: Renewable Energy

Battery Storage Rules Matter: Why Policy is Slowing Utility Scale Development

By Steve Drew, Vice President, Market Strategy When we turn on the lights every morning, complex layers of policy and technology make this simple process possible. Our ability to power our communities depends on the operations of energy markets across the country – they ensure that the supply of energy meets forecasted demand in the most economic and reliable manner. Policy sets the rules for North American…

Redeux Speaks With Suncast Media About the IRA & Energy Storage

Utility-scale solar developers offer a unique perspective on issues impacting the renewable energy industry; conceptualizing potential project opportunities from inception. Rob Masinter, COO of Redeux Energy, sat down with Suncast Media this fall to discuss key issues affecting the industry, including: the Inflation Reduction Act, energy storage, and supply chain disruptions. Q&A: Top Industry Trends Suncast Media: What does the inflation reduction act (IRA) mean for utility-scale solar and…

Market Opportunities for Clean Energy Project Development and Deployment

By Rob Masinter, Chief Operating Officer, Redeux Energy Renewable energy deployment accounts for 95% of the forecasted increase in global power capacity through 2026. Solar will comprise nearly half of that capacity. The momentum behind renewable energy will only continue to grow. It’s important for business leaders, energy industry stakeholders, and the general public alike to understand the benefits of a sustainable future.    Below, Rob Masinter,…

Why Pastureland Is Perfect for Solar…and for Ranchers’ Income

By Garrett Gill, VP of Land. Ranchers across the country are experiencing an evolution, a shift in how people consume meat. Profits are becoming slimmer as consolidation in the meatpacking market is forcing ranchers to accept lower prices for their product. According to the New York Times, “The four largest meatpackers have used a wave of mergers to increase their share of the market from 36%…