The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is pleased to invite you to participate in a webinar on July 19, 1:00–2:00 PM (EDT), that will provide an overview of the Clean Energy Incentive Program (CEIP) Design Details Proposal for community and environmental justice groups. The CEIP, which was included in the final Clean Power Plan, was designed to help states meet their goals under the plan by encouraging early investments in zero-emitting renewable energy generation, and by removing barriers to investment in energy efficiency and solar measures in low-income communities.
This proposal is an opportunity for stakeholders to provide further feedback on several key design elements, including: clarifications about project eligibility, providing states with the flexibility to choose a definition of a low-income community, and how the matching pool should be made available. During the webinar, EPA will provide a brief overview about the proposed details of the CEIP and then will invite participants to ask questions.
- Participants do not need to register in advance for the webinar, but please dial in 10 minutes before your call’s start time to ensure your participation.
- To participate please click on the meeting link below.* Audio for the webinar will be delivered through the phone line.
Date: Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM (EDT)
URL: meeting link
Participant Dial-in Number: (800) 309-5450
Conference ID#: 40999081
1. Click “Enter as a Guest”
2. Type in your first & last name and organization
3. Click “Enter Room”
4. You will be in the webinar “room”!
5. Important: Use the participant dial-in number and conference ID (above) for audio
We look forward to your participation. Please extend this invite to your organization’s leadership. More information can be found on the Clean Power Plan website and on the Clean Energy Incentive Program page.
State and local officials interested in additional information about developing and implementing cost-effective climate and energy strategies that help further environmental goals and achieve public health and economic benefits may visit EPA’s State and Local Climate and Energy Program site.
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