REsurety was just named one of Boston’s “Best Places to Work.” Lauren Ransohoff, a new engineer, shares how she made the decision to join our team.
Momentum is building around a smarter way to procure and invest in clean energy with the greatest decarbonization potential. REsurety’s LME data helps clean energy buyers, developers, and investors do just that.
To succeed in our mission to empower a clean energy-fueled future, we need an interdisciplinary team with different perspectives and backgrounds, where all team members are encouraged to contribute their voice.
In this analysis, we’ll take a closer look at the project-level hourly performance data and seek to identify key trends and takeaways from that granular dataset. We’ll focus on wind projects, as solar projects were widely known to have performed or overperformed relative to expectations.
Purchasing renewable energy is a means to an end: decarbonization. Yet, renewable energy projects are not all equal when it comes to cutting carbon. LMEs solve a pressing need for more accurate and transparent data.
While detailed analysis of the Texas event crisis is still ongoing, the authors note, they examine some of the notable takeaways and trends in renewable energy markets from last year’s performance.
Four trends that illustrate how solar power markets performed in 2020.
REmap harnesses weather and power market data to show how wind and solar producers were financially impacted in August 2020 in ERCOT.
The only certainty in renewable energy markets is uncertainty. CEO Lee Taylor shares his insights on tools available today to understand and manage risk – tools like REmap, Volume Firming Agreements, and Settlement Guarantee Agreements.
Norton Rose Fulbright’s June 2019 Project Finance NewsWire features an interview with Lee Taylor, REsurety’s CEO on covariance risk and how to manage it. It starts on Page 21. The article is based on a Feb. 2019 Currents Podcast.