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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.
A Learning Investment-based Analysis of the Economic Potential for Offshore Wind: The Case of the United States
This report provides an economic analysis of the impact of developing an entire offshore wind industry in the United States.
Collaborative Procurement of Offshore Wind Energy – A Buyers Network: Assessment of Merits and Approaches
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.
CESA submitted comments on the Draft Financial Assistance Funding Opportunity Announcement No. DE-FOA-0000410, entitled “U.S. Offshore Wind: Advanced Technology Demonstration Projects.”
CESA submitted comments on BOEM’s RFI on the State of the Offshore Renewable Energy Industry – Auction Format Information Request (AFIR).
An open letter to Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar with recommendations to facilitate offshore wind development.
CESA Comments to BOEMRE on Use of Adaptive Management for OCS Leasing Program.
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CESA Comments on Atlantic Wind Connection Project to BOEM-2011-0023
CESA submitted comments on the public interest merits of the Atlantic Wind Connection (AWC) Project, and its environmental consequences, pursuant to Docket No. BOEM-2011-0023.