100% Clean Energy Collaborative
CESA created the 100% Clean Energy Collaborative to assist states (and other entities) that have 100% clean energy goals by providing knowledge-sharing activities and analysis so that together they can address program challenges and opportunities. The Collaborative also provides information and technical assistance to states that are seeking to establish similar goals.
The rapid adoption of aggressive state clean energy targets has been one of the most important energy and climate change policy developments of the past few years. Fourteen states plus the District of Columbia have now set 100% clean energy goals for electricity, either through legislation or Governors’ actions. Those states are listed in a Table of 100% Clean Energy States that CESA regularly updates.
The primary participants in the 100% Clean Energy Collaborative are state agency officials with responsibilities for achieving their state’s 100% goals, as well as policymakers in other states that are considering establishing similar goals. Through the Collaborative, participants can share program insights, engage with analysts who are studying solutions to technical challenges, and participate in Collaborative meetings by teleconference and in person. Potential additional funding for the Collaborative will allow for individualized technical assistance to the 100% states.
An Advisory Committee composed of state officials and clean energy experts has been created to provide guidance to CESA as it determines strategic plans and activities for the Collaborative.
The 100% Clean Energy Collaborative also shares information with a wider group of stakeholders, including utilities and municipalities with 100% clean energy goals, as well as with clean energy advocates, industry representatives, and interested members of the general public. Anyone can sign up to receive a free bimonthly newsletter and to receive information to register for the Collaborative’s free periodic webinars.
The 100% Clean Energy Collaborative builds on and supersedes the RPS Collaborative, which CESA managed from 2008 through early 2020. If you are a state official and would like more information about the Collaborative, please contact Warren Leon.
There are no 100% Clean Energy Collaborative reports.