In this list
Electric Power

View from the Top: An interview with Antonio Mexia

Energy | Electric Power

Platts Forward Curves – Gas and Power

Energy | Oil | Crude Oil | Refined Products

$90/b oil makes producers and refiners sanguine in Q3

Oil | Energy Transition | Energy

APPEC 2024

Energy | Oil | Energy Transition | Natural Gas | Electric Power | Refined Products | Gasoline | Emissions | Crude Oil | Electricity | Renewables

US Interior Department plans three offshore oil, gas lease sales over next five years

Electric Power | Electricity | Energy | Energy Transition | Renewables

Platts EuGO: European Guarantees of Origin assessments

Energy | Electric Power | Energy Transition | Electricity | Renewables

Women in Energy: More utility leadership roles, but parity remains far off

For full access to real-time updates, breaking news, analysis, pricing and data visualization subscribe today.

Subscribe Now

Watch: View from the Top: An interview with Antonio Mexia

  • Featuring
  • James Wallis
  • Commodity
  • Electric Power
  • Length
  • 7:19

Renewables have grown at a stunning pace over past few years and in turn have shaken up the overall generation picture.

Antonio Mexia, Chief Executive Officer of EDP-Energia de Portugal, one of the largest renewable power developers in the US, recently sat down with Chris Newkumet, S&P Global Platts Washington Bureau Chief, for some insight on the state of renewables, what recent solar tariffs could mean for renewable developers, and what challenges lie ahead for EDP in US and global markets.