Susan Flanagan, President & CEO of GE Energy Financial Services, came together with industry experts in a panel discussion on the US thermal power markets. Susan and the panelists shared their perspectives on the PJM Interconnection capacity auction results for delivery year 2022/2023, the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) over the Minimum Offer Price Rule (MOPR), the 2020 Texas power crisis and the role of market design, and carbon capture and hydrogen gas technology advancements amid growing ESG trends. View the roundtable discussion, here.
Susan Flanagan, President & CEO, GE Energy Financial Services writes for Project Finance International: The role of Export Credit Agencies (ECA) in financing offshore wind projects is set to grow, with billions needed to finance a huge rollout of new projects by 2030. Following the success of the UK's Dogger Bank, Europe is posted to lead the way. Read the full article, here.
GE Energy Financial Services released a white paper that identifies the need for Export Credit Agencies (ECAs) to support global project sponsors and exporters around the world. The paper includes five recommendations to the ECA community that enable access to capital and sustained export trade for critical projects globally during the COVID-19 recovery phase. Read the full paper, here.