Post Profile






Why Mergers and Acquisitions Will Define the Distributed Energy Boom

We’re in the middle of a boom in utility mergers and acquisitions. The biggest power companies in the world are scrambling to buy up new startups in order to stay at the forefront of the distributed energy transition -- and they’re spending billions of dollars in the process. Total annual investments in distributed energy companies by European and North American utilities more than tripled between 2010 and 2016, according to data compiled by GTM Research.
read more

share

Related Posts


Synthesis Energy Systems Joins Distributed Power Stampede

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Clean Beta

Synthesis Energy Systems, a Houston, TX-based gasification company, is joining the stampede of small to mid-sized power companies scrambling for position in the emerging distributed power generation market. Last week, Synthesis said...

India faces painful move to cleaner energy

Local Interest / France : France 24

Subedar Singh bears the scars of India's painful reliance on dirty power and its struggle to pay for the costly transition to the brave new world of solar and renewable electricity. Last year, the farmer walked into a field in his v...

WegoWise Buys Melon Power to Tap Commercial Energy Efficiency

Issues & Causes / Climate Change : Greentech Media

WegoWise, a building data analytics company, has purchased another startup, Melon Power, to shift into the commercial energy industry. The acquisition will help WegoWise shift from the multifamily housing market into commercial buil...

Can A New ‘Green’ Utility Break Into Georgia’s Power Market?

Issues & Causes / Climate Change : Climate Progress

by Whitney Allen One of the biggest barriers to entry for renewables is dealing with utilities working to maintain control over energy distribution in their given region. These companies often feel threatened by emerging “green” uti...

Mega Merger: Exelon and Constellation to Form $52 Billion Utility

Issues & Causes / Climate Change : Greentech Media

It's the year of utility mergers. In January, Duke Energy announced plans to buy Progress to create a utility that will span a large section of the Southeast. Today, Exelon announced it will buy Constellation Energy to form a utilit...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC