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18 February 2021

U.S. Solar Supply Chain: Business Implications From U.S. Government Actions Against China

Editor’s Note: In recent months, the U.S. government has taken a number of actions against China that could significantly impact the global solar supply chain. The situation continues to evolve and the purpose of this article is to highlight these potential issues and likely outcomes, and discuss how impacted companies can manage the risks associated with disruption

03 February 2021

U.S. Renewables M&A: A Review of 2020 and Outlook for 2021

2020 was another strong year for U.S. renewable energy M&A, notwithstanding the dislocations caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic and a tumultuous U.S. election cycle. The industry demonstrated resilience throughout the year, and acquirers were empowered by sustained technology cost declines, comparatively stable rates of return and a heightened focus on Environmental, Social, and Governance

16 December 2020

A Clean Future for Heavy Duty Vehicle Powertrains is Within Reach

A myriad of new powertrain technologies are competing to usurp diesel as the heavy duty vehicle powertrain of choice. Of these, FTI Intelligence finds that the economic case for battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell powertrains in the US market will be favorable faster than previously expected. Our results indicate that we stand on the