Resource Library

At CCEC, we know communities are at different stages of working on various local climate and energy priorities. Whether you’re building EV charging infrastructure, helping property owners afford energy upgrades, or developing electrification plans and codes, you need a way to find all the best information when you’re ready to use it to inform your work. This resource library is designed to give you multiple ways to access the broad array of resources CCEC continuously compiles immediately. Here are a few examples of how you might use the search box or the filters to query our content:
  • You’ve been directed to initiate a new energy or climate project and hope to advance your knowledge and accelerate the process by accessing relevant best practices, case studies, technical assistance, guides, learning events, reports, and tools;
  • Your organization wants to expand its initiatives but lacks sufficient resources, and you need to identify possible funding sources;
  • You want to get an idea of the kinds of initiatives other communities are doing, especially in your region or for a particular sector;
  • and many more!
Don’t see an important resource or have one to share? Let us know by contacting eecoordinator@civicwell.org.
Guide

Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC) Guidance

The Statewide EE Best Practices Coordinator is pleased to share a brief response to a recent Technical Assistance Request on the topic of Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC). (Question from July 22, 2020)

Name: Angie Hacker
Title: Best Practices Coordinator
Organization: CCEC
Organization Type: Nonprofit Organization
Email: ahacker@civicwell.org
Region: Statewide
Topic Areas: Building Decarbonization, Codes and Standards, Energy Efficiency, Energy Saving Solutions, Implement Energy Savings Performance Contracting, Internal Funding Best Practices
Additional notes of interest: TA Response
Learning Event

Local Natural Gas Emission Reduction Options

Local energy and climate practitioners interested in learning about reach code and other approaches to lowering natural gas emissions were invited to participate in a discussion-driven learning opportunity hosted by Statewide Best Practices Coordinator, Angie Hacker, and featured local leaders and topical experts. The event occurred on April 23, 2020 @10am-noon. View more information and additional resources. 

Name: Angie Hacker
Title: Best Practices Coordinator
Organization: CCEC
Organization Type: Nonprofit Organization
Email: ahacker@civicwell.org
Region: Statewide
Date: April 23, 2020
Topic Areas: Clean Energy, Codes and Standards, Electric Vehicles and Clean Mobility, Energy Efficiency
Additional notes of interest: TA Response
Guide

Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) Eligibility

The Statewide EE Best Practices Coordinator is pleased to share a brief response to a recent Technical Assistance Request on the topic of Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) Eligibility. If you’re interested in knowing whether your public agency facilities qualify for recently expanded incentives for energy storage, these tips and resources may help. (Question from April 29, 2020)

Name: Angie Hacker
Title: Best Practices Coordinator
Organization: CCEC
Organization Type: Nonprofit Organization
Email: ahacker@civicwell.org
Region: Statewide
Topic Areas: Clean Energy, Energy Resilience, Renewable Energy & Storage
Sectors Targeted: Local Governments
Additional notes of interest: TA Response
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