Welcome to SREC & NEPOOL Broker Michael Rizzo!

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Clear Energy is pleased to announce that Michael Rizzo has joined the environmental commodities brokerage team. Michael comes to the group with nearly 25 years of experience as a broker of illiquid and complex markets, and is a veteran in building trusted relationships over the long term. Previously, Michael was the Head of Trading and read more

Clear Energy Q3 2015 Midwest Market Notes

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Illinois: Like Chevy Chase on his sled in the movie “A Christmas Vacation”, prices seem to have shot down the hill at silicon based kitchen lubricant speed and liquidity is hiding in the Christmas tree. Non wind offers abound and buyers don’t have any trouble finding willing sellers. The long-term forecast for this market indicates read more

Upside for Texas compliance REC prices remains limited

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Upside for Texas compliance REC prices remains limited By Amanda Luhavalja of SNL Energy Upside momentum for renewable energy credit compliance prices in Texas remains limited, amid little change in the state’s supply and demand picture, market sources indicate. Latest assessments from SNL Energy for over-the-counter compliance REC prices in Texas are lackluster, with the read more

Resolution on Clean Power Plan Years Away

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The EPA’s Clean Power Plan is considered something that should enhance the value of renewable generation and hopefully increase the price we are seeing on some Renewable Energy Credits (RECs). As I learned years ago from studying the then proposed Pennsylvania RPS to the final version (complete with final rule making), nothing is certain until read more

Texas REC prices stall beneath $1/MWh amid bearish supply, demand factors

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reproduced with permission by snl.com (subscription required to access original article) By Amanda Luhavalja In Texas, renewable energy credit prices remain weak, holding well below $1/MWh, amid a host of factors, including ample supply and anemic demand, with the potential for any upside traction appearing scant. With a host of new renewable generation in the read more