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2022 State Leadership in Clean Energy Awards: Case Studies of Six Exemplary State Programs that Advance Clean Energy Goals, Standards, and Equity
This report presents case studies of the six recipients of the 2022 State Leadership in Clean Energy Awards.
This guide provides information on clean heating and cooling technologies to help Vermonters make informed decisions regarding heating and cooling their homes with clean and renewable energy.
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 describes the reasons for, and development of, community-based renewable heating and cooling campaigns by featuring four case studies of some of the earliest community-led efforts.
The paper consists of three case studies of states that have been leaders in implementing particular RPS practices: Delaware’s use of a carve-out for solar, New Jersey’s tracking of solar renewable energy certificates (SRECs), and New Hampshire’s inclusion of thermal output in its RPS.
This report provides an overview of how states across the country are incorporating renewable thermal technologies into their RPS programs.
This report presents case studies of the six recipients of the 2016 State Leadership in Clean Energy Awards.
This document surveys current and planned activities of CESA member states that are focused on the deployment of modern, high-efficiency, wood heating systems.
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 presents case studies of the eight recipients of the 2014 State Leadership in Clean Energy Awards.