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  • November 21, 2018

    Minnesota Can Meet Renewable Energy Goals Affordably, Study Says

    The *Solar Potential Analysis Report[http://mnsolarpathways.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/solar-potential-analysis-report-nov15.pdf]*, commissioned by the Minnesota Department of Commerce, indicates that the state will be able to meet its ambitious renewable energy goals of 10% solar energy by 2030 and 70% from solar and wind by 2050 at costs comparable to natural gas generation. Another main conclusion from the study was that while utility-scale energy storage will play an important role in Minnesota’s renewable energy future, overbuilding and curtailing renewable energy generation may be the most affordable option. Read more *here[https://www.eenews.net/energywire/2018/11/19/stories/1060106555]* and *here[https://www.eenews.net/climatewire/2018/11/19/stories/1060106567]*.

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  • November 9, 2018

    A Personal Message from CESA’s Executive Director

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  • November 8, 2018

    Emerging State Leaders in Energy Storage: Iowa and Maryland

    Many states are looking to energy storage for renewables integration, cost savings, and resilient power. Two recent and notable state energy storage efforts are taking place in Iowa and Maryland.

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  • October 18, 2018

    Interviews with CESA Member Agencies in New Mexico, New York, Oregon and Washington

    Recent interviews in the Yale Clean Energy Finance Forum highlight the work of our member agencies across the country:

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  • October 11, 2018

    New York Establishes $40 Million Incentive for Storage Paired with Solar

    New York is taking its first major step toward reaching the state’s 1.5-gigwatt energy storage target by 2025. Governor Andrew Cuomo announced $40 million in funding to support the development of 50 megawatts of storage paired with solar. The incentive program will be targeted toward the commercial and industrial sector and community solar projects, with the aim of reducing barriers such as customer acquisition, identifying project locations, and interconnection. The funding will be offered through the state’s NY-Sun program, with has supported the installation of more than a gigawatt of solar. *Read more...*

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  • September 20, 2018

    Connecticut Green Bank and partners create a nonprofit to enhance programs for under-served communities

    The Connecticut Green Bank, in partnership with the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, Kresge Foundation, and Hewlett Foundation, has created a new nonprofit entity Inclusive Prosperity Capital to operate some of its programs, while enabling those programs to expand nationally.

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