Resource Archive - 2011
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Analysis of Renewable Energy Policy Options for Vermont: The SPEED Program and Renewable Portfolio Standard
Report prepared by CESA and SEA under contract with NARUC for the VT Public Service Board and the VT Legislature.
Fuel Cells: Briefing Papers for State PolicymakersCompilation Report of Hydrogen Education – Fuel Cell Briefing papers.
Compilation Report of Hydrogen Education – Fuel Cell Briefing papers.
Final paper in a series of CESA briefing papers on fuel cell and hydrogen technologies to inform state policymakers about the benefits of fuel cells. This paper describes fuel cell applications in supermarkets across the country and why states should target this niche market for support.
CESA Year 9 Work Plan
Executive Summary: State-Based Financing Tools to Support Distributed and Community Wind Projects and Supporting On-Site Distributed Wind Generation Projects
With funding from the Department of Energy’s Wind Powering America program, Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) created two briefing guides for state officials: Supporting On-Site Distributed Wind Generation Projects and State-Based Financing Tools to Support Distributed and Community Wind Projects. This is the executive summary of the two briefing guides.
CESA Comments to BOEMRE on Use of Adaptive Management for OCS Leasing Program.
This report considers program evaluation from the perspective of a program manager rather than an evaluator. It suggests how to ensure that evaluation activities are useful, cost-effective, and well-received by program staff, policymakers, and stakeholders.
This short, illustrated, five-page paper is designed to give policymakers and others an introduction to how hydrogen for fuel cells is currently produced and stored, and how renewable energy could be used more extensively for hydrogen production in the future. It discusses the adequacy of current supplies and the safety of hydrogen production and storage.
This guide provides an effective and objective aesthetic impact assessment review methodology for wind energy projects that provides clear guidance for developers, planners, and regulatory decision makers and also ensures the protection of important scenic and cultural resources.
OWAP Letter to US DOI Secretary Ken Salazar Recommending OSW Ombudsman Designation
An open letter to Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar with recommendations to facilitate offshore wind development.