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UPDATE: Co-ops address SE hurricane damage


Learn how things are going in the SE in this blog post by NRECA. Now comes the task of rebuilding.[…]

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October 31, 2018


Update: ACEEE launches multi-stakeholder group to improve regulatory process


The Renovate Initiative brings together stakeholders from co-ops, legislators, state bodies and others to help bring regulatory processes into the[…]

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March 19, 2019


State of the market: A review of U.S National Electrification


Where are we currently as a country in terms of electrification penetration? Read this helpful report by the folks at[…]

April 30, 2018


SAVE THE DATE: July 11, 2019 Congressional Clean Energy Expo and Policy Forum


SOURCE: EESI. National renewable policy and technology leaders will convene in Washington D.C in July to discuss the latest and greatest in[…]

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April 9, 2019


Report: With high frequency of hurricanes, invest in resiliency


EESI just reported on a UN study that found that in 2017, 16 hurricanes and tropical storms incurred $300 billion[…]

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November 20, 2018


Report: Wind cheaper than ever


The folks at AWEA just posted about a new Lazard report that notes that wind is the cheapest source of[…]

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November 28, 2018


Report: Where is EE funding heading?


The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory recently published a useful report that goes over future funding levels for EE programs across[…]

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February 13, 2019


Report: What is Congress doing to make co-ops more disaster resilient?


SOURCE: EESI. Natural disasters in the U.S caused $312.7 billion in damages in 2017 alone. What are our elected officials[…]

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April 16, 2019


Report: What do renewable investors think about the future?


Learn what the mood is with leading renewable investors in this fantastic report by ACORE. Where is the market going?[…]

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September 17, 2018


Report: What comes after state renewable standard?


What happens when state renewable portfolio standards reach their peak requirement? Check out this great report by the folks at[…]

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June 25, 2018


Report: Utility snapshot, 2019


SOURCE: Utility Dive. How to integrate renewables into your portfolio, how to make sure regulators are okay with DER, and[…]

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March 12, 2019


Report: The UK is beating US in electrification. Why?


Staff from SEPA recently made a fact-finding mission to the UK to see how that country’s aggressive EV policies have[…]

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December 4, 2018


Report: The state of wind energy in the U.S


Check out this state-by-state, interactive map the folks at AWEA put together that shows the progress of wind development across[…]

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October 10, 2018


Report: Take on CO2 emissions, massive load of AC


RMI posted a great blog that breaks down its recent report on the impact AC units have on global energy[…]

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November 14, 2018


Report: State of Solar


Where does your state fall in Solar rankings? Check out this great report by the folks at DSIRE.

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June 25, 2018


Report: State of EVs


Check out this report by the folks at NC Clean Energy Technology Center that breaks down EV policy, program implementation,[…]

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June 12, 2018


Report: State of energy storage


Source: EESI. Renewables can not be deployed effectively without someway of addressing the fact that their energy production is intermittent.[…]

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February 26, 2019


Report: Solar potential rankings, by state


SOURCE: Center for Public Integrity. Solar in sunny states like Texas are beat out by cloudier locales like the Northeast[…]

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May 7, 2019


Report: SEPA reports on how to plan for future


This SEPA report, in a nutshell, showcases their latest findings on how to plan for the future. Everything from stakeholder[…]

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January 24, 2019


Report: Renewable energy saves Texas $5.7 billion


A blog by AWEA shows how the Lone Star state’s massive installed base of wind power has saved it billions[…]

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November 20, 2018


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