Renewable energy has been growing rapidly in the U.S. for years, but the advent of the new Biden Administration and a blue wave in Congress lay the groundwork for it to be truly disruptive, says CFRA. The disruption is likely to occur not just with U.S. utilities, but also with the fossil fuel industry, which could see market share losses as both the power industry and the automotive industry shift towards renewables. Join CFRA’s analysts, Paige Meyer, Andrzej Tomczyk and Stewart Glickman, as they discuss recent developments with renewable energy, potential winners and losers from secular trends, and key risk factors to consider along the way. This session will:
- Identify the key trends and events that should lead utilities and automotive companies to shift towards renewables
- Differentiate the early adopters from the laggards within the U.S. utility landscape
- Consider lessons learned from the European experience with renewables, and how that could be a road map for U.S. utilities
- Assess the competitive threats of renewable energy to crude oil- and natural gas-focused fossil fuel producers
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