Why 45V may knock one green hydrogen project off the map
Developer Ambient Fuels is prepared to shelve a project targeting refineries that doesn’t pencil out under Treasury guidance.
Frontier Forum: Diving into the booming transferable tax credit market
A wide-ranging conversation with Crux’s Alfred Johnson on the trends that are reshaping tax finance.
What Recurrent’s latest raise tells us about the state of clean energy
Declining interest rates, increasing capex costs, and the rising reign of solar-plus-storage are all converging.
How clean industrial developers can overcome five project finance barriers
New cleantech projects across the U.S. will rely on project finance — but getting access to private capital requires checking some boxes.
Solar manufacturers are gearing up to take advantage of the new tax credit transfer market
First Solar was the first U.S. solar manufacturer to make a credit transfer sale public — but more are on the horizon.
H2's $5B fundraise is a 'test case' for financing green steel
The world's first large-scale green steel project is set to open next year. Is it a sign of more private financing to come?
For climate tech funders, physical projects still reign
2023 was a big year for the digital layer, but it couldn’t compete with the energy transition’s thirst for infrastructure growth, per new data.
The transferable tax credit market is growing ‘more rapidly than anyone thought’
The IRA is widening the market for clean energy financing. But buyers and sellers of tax credits are still figuring it out.
Big banks are (cautiously) betting on the rise of the tax credit sale
Thanks in part to new additions to tax equity deals, tax credit transfers are heating up. But banks are still proceeding carefully.