“Energy transition,” “energy evolution,” “energy reimagined,” and a host of similar terms have dominated the energy market headlines this year. While these terms can have varied meanings, they generally focus on traditional energy and power companies looking to operate in cleaner, more efficient ways (such as creating a more reliable, cleaner, and efficient network, or engaging in carbon capture use and sequestration [CCUS] or other emission-reducing activities) or new investment in alternative sources of energy (such as wind, solar, geothermal, hydrogen, renewable natural gas, and biofuels).

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