Resource Archive - 2009
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This report describes the many financing options available to state energy offices, municipal governments, and other energy agencies for utilizing public funds for clean energy project support.
This report provides marketing best practices on how to address barriers to solar market growth. The report serves as a guide for states in pursuing their market planning process. According to the report, by acting more like retailers selling a product, state solar programs have the potential to sharply increase PV purchases and installations.
This best practice briefing paper summarizes innovative grant making approaches and practices that have worked effectively for state clean energy programs.
This best practice briefing paper summarizes innovative approaches and practices that have worked effectively for state clean energy programs accross the country and focuses on programmatic activities and adminstrative issues.
This best practice briefing paper summarizes approaches and practices that have worked effectively for state clean energy programs in providing small renewable project incentives.
The best practice briefing paper summarizes loan approaches and practices to support renewable energy projects.
This report from CESA demonstrates how state clean energy funds have emerged over the past decade as a major driver of renewable energy projects across the U.S.
On January 13, 2009, CESA presented awards to the five winners of the 2009 SLICE Awards at a ceremony at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. This document includes more information about the 2009 SLICE awards, including case studies on each of the five winning programs.
CESA and the Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) held a congressional briefing to discuss the significant role that states are playing in developing and deploying clean energy technologies.
CESA’s State-Federal RPS Collaborative Steering Committee, with input from Collaborative participants and the National RPS Summit, has developed the following Recommended Principles and Best Practices for effective state RPS program deployment.