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Returning Champions: State Clean Energy Leadership Since 2015, a new report from the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA), highlights the essential role that states are playing to develop and implement effective policies and programs. The report describes the range of strategies and initiatives that states are using to grow clean energy markets, and it provides readers with a concise overview of clean energy trends at the state level.
This report presents case studies of the six recipients of the 2018 State Leadership in Clean Energy Awards.
This report identifies the opportunities and challenges that will shape the offshore wind market in the Northeastern U.S.
This report quantifies the job impacts of offshore wind development in the Northeastern U.S. and specifies the types of jobs to be created.
This report examines the functional requirements and costs of constructing purpose-built vessels that would comply with the U.S. Jones Act and meet the needs of the U.S. offshore wind industry.
This report provides the first-ever comprehensive look at the ways in which states are advancing clean energy and suggests how to further encourage growth.
This report recommends a multi-state collaboration on offshore wind to create stronger and consistent regional policies, financing actions, and permitting across the Northeast states.
The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) and the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) held a briefing about energy innovations at the state level. The briefing investigated the significant role states are playing by implementing novel policies and effective approaches that reduce the cost of generating clean energy.
This report provides an economic analysis of the impact of developing an entire offshore wind industry in the United States.
This analysis finds that, when combined with low-cost financing and use of the Investment Tax Credit, the purchase of large amounts of offshore wind energy by “buyers networks” of credit-worthy offtakers could significantly reduce the cost of offshore wind energy.