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EVA’s 2017 Power Plant Performance Report Featured in Most Recent Power Engineering Magazine

EVA’s annual Power Plant Performance Report is featured in the June issue of PennWell’s Power Engineering magazine. The Power Plant Performance Report is based on data and analysis provided by EVA’s analysts. The data is collected from Form EIA 923 “Power Plant Report” and EPA’s Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS). It was another year of […]

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April Coal Exports Reach Highest Level Since March 2013 As U.S. Traders Take Advantage of Strong World Coal Market

April coal exports continue to be the lone bright star for domestic coal producers as domestic coal demand fails to rebound from already dire 2017 levels. Strong world coal markets, with CIF ARA thermal coal and Australian low-vol HCC metallurgical coal continuing to trade at high levels, enabled U.S. coal exporters to record the highest […]

TAGS: Coal
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Rob DiDona’s EIA Presentation on Coal vs. Natural Gas Competition featured on THE COAL HUB

The report “Coal vs. Natural Gas Competition: The current state of play – impact on system dispatch,” first presented by Rob DiDona, leader of EVA’s power group, at the 2017 EIA Energy Conference, recently has been featured on THE COAL HUB. The report highlights the recent history of declining natural gas prices,  the importance of […]

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EVA Releases Most Recent Quarterly LNG Outlook

EVA is pleased to release the most recent issue of its Quarterly LNG Outlook, which provides a deep but concise dive into the global LNG industry. Special focus is given to the ongoing development of U.S. LNG export projects, but global issues—including crucial shifts in pricing dynamics—are explored in-depth, as well. The report includes short-term (3-year), country-by-country supply […]

TAGS: LNG
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Pumping the PURPA Brakes: North Carolina opts for a more competitive solar development process

Renewable energy development in the Southeast U.S. has been largely non-existent, with the notable exception of North Carolina. Even there, wind development has been scarce, but the state has emerged as the nation’s second largest state for utility scale solar, behind only California. Having added 828 MW in 2015 and 758 MW in 2016, North […]

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Sabine Pass LNG fills the tanks while waiting for Harvey to pass

Despite devastating much of Texas’ Gulf Coast, Hurricane Harvey has by all accounts spared Sabine Pass LNG, located on the Texas-Louisiana border. Owner and operator Cheniere has said operations were largely unaffected by the storm and corresponding deluge. Yet, no LNG cargoes have been loaded at the facility since Thursday 8/24 (just before the storm […]

TAGS: LNG
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Retail NEM: Still controversial, but a consensus begins to emerge on this key driver of rooftop solar installations

Rooftop PV installations have soared in the U.S. over the past several years, but activity has been heavily concentrated in just a few states offering strong policy support. Retail net energy metering (NEM), which allows the homeowner to sell surplus solar power back to the grid at retail rates, has been a particularly critical driver […]

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EVA Publishes Q2 Renewable Energy Outlook

EVA has published its most recent issue of the Quarterly Renewable Energy Outlook. The Quarterly Renewable Energy Outlook offers subscribers a succinct and compelling overview of current trends in renewable energy development in the U.S., delivered with clear and objective analysis. The Outlook provides short-term (3-year), state-by-state renewable energy capacity forecasts, broken out by technology type. It offers deep […]

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