Renewable energy technologies are critical to the decarbonization plans within the US power sector. Deployment of variable resources have strained the US power grid, and increased power price volatility, while the growing deployment of energy storage technologies have complex monetization pathways. Supply chains have become stressed, due to raw material inflation, shortages, escalating logistics expenses, prospects for more import tariffs and geopolitical tensions. Wood Mackenzie has developed a forecast for the deployment trajectory of these renewable energy technologies, implications of various state and federal policies and prospects for future cost reduction.
Join our Power and Renewables team on Tuesday, May 23rd for a Breakfast Briefing in New Orleans to discuss the future of the renewable energy industry in the United States.
During the briefing, Wood Mackenzie will discuss:
- Key macro trends that will influence US power markets over the next decade
- Inflation Reduction Act implications on US market transformation
- WoodMac’s 10-year US market forecasts for wind, solar and storage renewable technologies
- Technology cost position and future prospects for capital cost evolution
- Supply chain challenges that remain, despite prospects for US manufacturing expansion
- Future prospects for geopolitical risks to the supply chain
- Chris Seiple, Vice Chairman, Energy Transition and Power & Renewables
- Aaron Barr, Global Head, Onshore Wind Energy Research
- Erin Carroll, Senior Vice President, Supply Chain Consulting
Registration: 7 - 7.30 AM
Renewable industry update with Q&A: 7.30 - 8.30 AM
Breakfast: 8.30 - 9.30 AM