Financial Giants Can Have A Pivotal Role For Climate Stability

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Financial institutions, such as banks and pension funds, have a key role to play in efforts to avoid dangerous climate change. And it is not only about redirecting investments to renewable energy and low-carbon businesses, but also to bolster the resilience and stability of the Brazilian Amazon and boreal forests in Russia and Canada, two…

Strengthening Military Capabilities Through Energy Resilience Partnerships

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The Department of Defense (DoD) is increasingly reliant on electric power for critical national defense missions. Domestic military installations are connected to the civilian electric grid, which is under threat from more frequent and extreme weather events, aging and outdated infrastructure, and cyber and physical attacks from determined adversaries. In response, DoD and the military…

A Low-Cost Energy Future For Western Cooperatives

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In this report, as an indicative case study of this broader trend, we examine the cost-savings opportunities renewables price declines have made possible for Tri-State Generation & Transmission Association and its member co-ops. Specifically, we consider their opportunity to engage in large-scale procurement of costeffective renewable energy projects, while maintaining system reliability requirements. We analyze…

Manager Of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs)

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PCE currently has a goal to deploy at least 20 MW of local power by 2025, but we expect the Manager of DERs to identify opportunities beyond this goal for DERs to help PCE meet its broader goals including meeting 100% of our electricity load with renewable energy by 2025, stimulating clean tech innovation in…

Multiple Positions – CAISO

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The ISO manages the flow of electricity across the high-voltage, long-distance power lines that make up 80 percent of California’s and a small part of Nevada’s grid. The nonprofit public benefit corporation keeps power moving to homes and communities. Click here to learn more and apply.

Public Safety Power Shutoffs Workshop – December 14

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Utilities have authority to shut off power in order to protect public safety under high fire risk conditions. Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) can save lives and property and prevent wildfires. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has developed rules regarding the reasonableness, notification, mitigation, and reporting of PSPS, also known as de-energization. The CPUC…

Electric Power Monthly with Data for August 2018

The Electric Power Monthly (EPM) presents monthly electricity statistics for a wide audience including Congress, Federal and State agencies, the electric power industry, and the general public. The purpose of this publication is to provide energy decision makers with accurate and timely information that may be used in forming various perspectives on electric issues that…

Levelized Cost of Energy 2018

Lazard has conducted this analysis comparing the LCOE for various conventional and Alternative Energy generation technologies in order to understand which Alternative Energy generation technologies may be cost-competitive with conventional generation technologies, either now or in the future, and under various operating assumptions, as well as to understand which technologies are best suited for various…

Adaptation Planning Guide Update Survey

The State is currently in the process of updating the California Adaptation Planning Guide (APG), a set of four documents designed to help local jurisdictions address hazards exacerbated by climate change. Part of the update process is gaining public input on what is needed to develop and incorporate climate strategies specific to each of the…

Arlington’s Journey to Clean Energy – Nov. 14

Arlington has overcome Virginia’s challenging energy policies to create one of the most advanced clean energy plans in the South. Learn about this county’s programs for setting and meeting aggressive greenhouse gas emissions targets and how they are working with the community to attack every angle of the problem. Join us on Wednesday, November 14…

Fresno Community Meeting: Community Choice Energy – Nov. 13

Please join us on Tuesday, November 13, 6pm to 8pm for an informative community dialog about the benefits of Community Choice Energy for the Central Valley. Co-hosted by the Clean Power Exchange and the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission, the presentation and conversation will explore the benefits and challenges of Community Choice including increased consumer choice,…
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