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NY Residents – Save $100 on Registration for The Clean Energy for Homes Conference

JUNE 1-2, 2022 | SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY

Join us June 1-2 in Saratoga Springs, New York, for two days of education and networking. This in-person event includes live sessions and content relevant to New York’s climate, housing stock, and industry trends.

 

The host sponsor of The Clean Energy for Homes Conference, […]

Transition to a low carbon, sustainable and secure energy system

Reuters Events Global Energy Transition forum to bring together industry leaders to address the transition to a low carbon, sustainable and secure energy system

Over 500 energy, business and industrial leaders from the world’s largest organizations will come together at Reuters Events Global Energy Transition forum in New York on 14-15 June , where […]

Energy accelerator DeltaClimeVT seeks entrepreneurs focused on increasing adoption of clean energy, smart building and electric vehicle technologies

The DeltaClimeVT climate economy business accelerator is seeking innovative, early-stage, energy companies focused on increasing adoption of clean energy, smart building and electric vehicle technologies that enable accelerated integration of distributed energy resources without the need for costly infrastructure upgrades.

Entrepreneurs will work directly with Vermont utilities to contribute to Vermont’s 90/50 and Burlington’s Net […]

NH PUC Defunded the Future of Energy Efficiency in the Granite State​

On Friday, November 12th, the NH Public Utilities Commission effectively defunded the future of energy efficiency in the Granite State.

Ensuring that this order does not take effect is the #1 priority of Clean Energy NH going forward.

What can you do?

Contact your state legislators: You can find the contact information for […]

Ready to Go: Opportunities for Cities and States to Deploy Federal Funding to Advance Clean Energy and Equity

 

Date and time: Thursday, December 9, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET

Recent and pending federal funding initiatives, including the American Rescue Plan Act and bipartisan infrastructure bill, may provide billions of dollars that can help cities and states reach their goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and advance equity in […]

Central Hudson Commits to Reducing Gas Sales

Central Hudson, a utility with about 309,000 electric and 84,000 gas customers, is the first utility in New York to agree to reduce their gas sales!

This hard-fought victory was achieved through months of pressure and negotiations with Central Hudson in their most recent rate case. Rate cases are one of the few ways […]

Congress Can Slash Emissions by Supporting New Low-Carbon Industrial Technologies

By Steven Nadel, Executive Director

As Congress prepares its budget reconciliation package, one of the most effective ways it can reduce the large greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the industrial sector is by supporting commercialization of transformative industrial technologies.

The federal government has funded research, development, and demonstration projects for some of the critical […]

Online Guide from CESA Explores State Efforts to Achieve 100% Clean Energy

On August 19, 2021, The Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) released a Guide to 100% Clean Energy States (https://bit.ly/CESAStateGuidetoCleanEnergy). The Guide includes information about the goals, timelines, legislation, and plans of 18 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, that have adopted 100% clean electricity goals. Together, these jurisdictions represent 44 percent […]

Join Us for a June 16th Webinar on Vermont’s Climate & Energy Plans

 

 

Join us on Wednesday, June 16th at noon for a VECAN webinar to learn about how Vermont’s important clean energy and climate action blueprints connect.

The State of Vermont is simultaneously embarking on two planning efforts: the update to the Comprehensive Energy Plan (CEP), which established the important 90% by 2050 total […]

The Case for the Community Power Coalition

Source: www.communitypowernh.org

Henry P. Herndon

There is a new civic institution forming in New Hampshire. Its mission is to empower our cities and towns to realize their energy goals. It promises to transform our energy system, to enable local construction of renewable energy, and to empower customers with distributed energy innovations. It is […]