Published by S&P Global Market Intelligence’s Energy Research team, the report spotlights trends in renewable energy growth, grid transformation, utility regulation and capital expenditure expansion.

“It’s going to be a record year for renewable energy development in the U.S. in 2022, with 44 GW of solar and 27 GW of wind power set to be installed alongside more than 8 GW of battery storage,” said Richard Sansom, Head of Commodities Research at S&P Global Market Intelligence. “As the momentum of the energy transition continues to build, this report looks at how regulators and utilities are adapting to state and federal carbon reduction policies and dealing with the costs of the assets that get left behind.”

Key highlights from the report include:

  • As much as 44 GW of solar and 27 GW of wind is planned to be installed in 2022 along with over 8 GW of battery storage, facilitated by the creation of dedicated programs such as virtual…

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