The transition from carbon-intensive generation to clean and renewable energy is picking up the pace in the United States, finds DNV GL’s latest Energy Transition Outlook report. However, unlike many other regions, the transition is being driven sub-nationally by cities, states, and corporations due to the lack of supportive federal regulations. The way the energy transition is unfolding in the U.S. is the result of market forces and technological developments and costs, rather than governmental mandates.
Cities and states are front-line players in the energy transition. States like New York, California, and