Zero-emission bus (ZEB) technology has reached a stage where the whole-life cost of a ZEB fleet is broadly similar to that of an equivalent internal combustion engine (ICE) bus fleet.
Continue Reading Potential Financing Models for Zero-Emission Bus Fleets in the UK and Associated Infrastructure

Shareholder Erick Hernández Gallego will be panelist at a virtual session hosted by ATA Insights on Tuesday, April 6, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. CST. He will discuss the impact
Continue Reading WEBINAR: Mexico’s Electric Industry Law: Implications and Future Scenario for Renewable Energy in 2021

Greenberg Traurig’s Bill Garner, Energy & Natural Resources Practice Co-Chair, and Environmental Practice Shareholders Erick Hernández and Bernadette Rappold are hosting a webinar on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2021, to
Continue Reading WEBINAR: Post-Election Impact on U.S. and Mexico Energy and Environmental Matters

The incoming Biden Administration intends to take many major environmental policy actions aimed at climate change, enforcement, environmental justice, and several other issues, many of which entail reversing actions taken
Continue Reading TRANSITION THOUGHTS: The Presidential Transition, NEPA, and Project Review

Hydrogen recently has been touted by various political leaders around the world as a clean panacea to the problem of energy storage or heat or electricity. Hydrocarbons traditionally have served that role and have been stored in above-ground tanks and below-ground caverns or geologic formations. Future use of hydrocarbons, however, in some jurisdictions is not politically favored. Electric batteries are an energy storage alternative, but they are limited in capacity, are costly and eventually must be replaced. What about hydrogen? Hydrogen also can serve as an energy-storage mechanism in the form of a gas, as a liquid formed cryogenically, or within a liquid compound, such as in ammonia. There are, however, technological and economic drawbacks.
Continue Reading Technical and Economical Considerations for Hydrogen Storage

Earlier this year New York state, conceding that its previously enacted siting law had not been effective in siting large-scale renewable energy projects, enacted the Accelerated Renewable Energy Growth and
Continue Reading Pleasing All the People Some of the Time: New York Simultaneously Proposes Regulations Implementing Its New Siting Law and Community Benefit Program for Renewable Projects