Regulation

A hydrogen plant against a green background

Is 45V guidance killing green hydrogen?

The industry is split over whether hourly matching and additionality requirements will prevent deals from penciling out.

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Maeve Allsup
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Feb 21, 2024
Rooftop solar panels

Defining the rules of DER aggregation

Forthcoming standards from the North American Energy Standards Board could clear the way for VPP deployment.

Steel at a shipping yard

Analyst: EU carbon tariff will spur new emissions data market

It may also prove a boon for U.S. steel producers — as long as they can navigate the complex reporting requirements.

The Carbon Copy

US power demand is set to boom. How will we meet it?

AI, manufacturing, and electrification are doubling power demand forecasts. But we don’t need fancy tech breakthroughs to serve it.

Man carries solar panel

Clean energy capital is getting pricier

Impending changes to capitalization requirements in Basel III rules could stall development — but deal structure is already adapting.

The fuel cell in Europe's largest grid-connected hydrogen power plant

Clean hydrogen tax credits are out: Here’s how they could slash emissions

If loopholes are addressed, the rules could avoid a boondoggle, growing a truly clean industry built to last.

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Dan Esposito
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Dec 22, 2023
Catalyst podcast by Latitude Media

Update: What the new Treasury rules mean for EV supply chains

The rules will likely reshape battery supply chains and restrict Chinese companies from benefiting from the IRA’s EV tax credits.

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Catalyst
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Dec 7, 2023
Climeworks factory in Iceland with it's fans in front of the collector

Carbon removal is here. What comes next will define this industry – and the green economy

Scaling the CDR market 1000-fold requires strong federal investment and regulation to support innovative technology developers.

Solar panels for a microgrid power system on the roof of a garage at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Richmond, California

Will a new tariff solve California’s microgrid woes?

An approaching deadline in the state’s microgrid tariff procedure brings policy problems into the spotlight. But a tariff may not be a panacea.