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In this webinar, available exclusively to CESA members, panelists from the California Energy Commission and the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center will describe their experiences partnering with the Activate Fellowship program.
Join us to hear from a panel of experts on how the US is advancing domestic lithium production and the expected impacts this will have on lithium-ion battery market trends.
Speakers from NYSERDA and DOE’s Loan Programs Office (LPO) will explain how New York is taking advantage of LPO’s new expanded Title 17 loan authority and how other states can reach similar agreements with LPO and access federal funding for clean energy projects.
Presenters will discuss how to plan ahead for battery decommissioning, explain the state of the battery recycling industry, and address possibilities for reuse of partly-expended EV batteries in stationary storage applications.
NYSERDA’s Affordable Solar and Storage Predevelopment and Technical Assistance program in New York State is successfully addressing the predevelopment challenge for solar and storage projects for low- and moderate-income residents.
CESA members and state energy officials will discuss your questions and ideas regarding DOE’s Home Efficiency Rebates and Home Electrification Rebates programs.
This webinar will showcase innovative approaches funders are taking to bring equitable solar to low- and moderate-income households.
A new solar array in Minnesota will benefit local income-eligible households, including manufactured (mobile) homes residents, who heat with electric heat. Panelists will provide an in-depth overview and current status of the project.
The Inflation Reduction Act will dramatically accelerate renewable energy development, and the transmission grid will need substantial upgrades to accommodate the shifting generation portfolio. “Grid Enhancing Technologies,” as they were named by FERC, can unlock flexibility and additional capacity on the existing transmission infrastructure, enabling twice as much renewable generation in some regions.
A new study by the Brattle Group explores the cost and ability to serve critical resource adequacy needs from an emerging resource: virtual power plants (VPPs). In this webinar, panelists will discuss the findings of the report and share how VPPs can reduce reliance on high polluting power plants during peak energy use hours.