Archive for February, 2021

LCFS Market Update – February 2021

Posted February 23rd, 2021 by SRECTrade.

Throughout the fourth quarter of 2020, the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard (CA LCFS) market demonstrated steady credit prices between $193 – $199 per credit. On January 29 the California Air Resources Board (CARB) released the Q3 2020 credit and deficit report. There was an overall increase in deficits and credits generated in Q3 2020 as well as a 1.5% increase in the cumulative bank. SRECTrade has been engaged with new clean fuel programs that are considering legislation across North America. The enclosed update provides highlights on news impacting the market, a recent price trend overview, clean fuel program updates, and a closer look at the Q3 2020 credit and deficit report.

SRECTrade helps you get paid on the use of zero-emission vehicles and fueling equipment that you already own, such as electric light-duty vehicles, forklifts, trucks, and charging stations. The regulations are complex and the benefits are hard to access – we make it easy for you. SRECTrade is the largest agent manager of EV assets for California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) and the trusted partner across North America for similar programs already redefining equipment plans and budgets. With 150,000+ assets on its tech platform, SRECTrade manages 20 traded products in 10 regulated markets with > 99% client retention. Through SRECTrade you get paid and accelerate deployment of clean energy and transportation equipment, while minimizing time, cost, and risk of complex and diverse regulatory programs.

SRECTrade WRISE 2021 Leadership Forum General Sponsor

Posted February 19th, 2021 by SRECTrade.

SRECTrade was thrilled to sponsor and send seven team members to the Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy (WRISE) 2021 Leadership Forum. Even virtually, the Forum remained thoughtfully put-together with its workshops, networking events, keynotes, and professional development one-on-one opportunities. SRECTrade applauds WRISE’s commitment to building a diverse workforce for the success of the renewable energy economy for all, especially those who are historically left out of the conversation.

More information on WRISE and how to support the work that the organization is doing can be found here.