CESA Webinars & Events
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Below is the list of our upcoming and most recent webinars. All of our webinars are free to attend, but registration is required. Click on the titles of the upcoming webinars below to read more and register.
In this CESA webinar, speakers from Efficiency Maine will review the program incentives, eligibility and application process. They will also discuss a new rate available in Central Maine Power service territory that when combined with a battery system can reduce a commercial facility’s demand costs without changes to operations.
Speakers from NYSERDA and DOE’s Loan Programs Office (LPO) will explain how New York is taking advantage of LPO’s new expanded Title 17 loan authority and how other states can reach similar agreements with LPO and access federal funding for clean energy projects.
Join us to hear from a panel of experts on how the US is advancing domestic lithium production and the expected impacts this will have on lithium-ion battery market trends.
The Solar with Justice 2023 National Workshop will foster connections between state agencies and community organizations as well as provide opportunities for both groups to share opportunities and barriers to solar development in under-resourced communities.
Speakers from the Energy Trust will discuss their community engagement programs and expand on lessons learned and best practices.
Can electric vehicles play a role in advancing equity in underserved and historically marginalized communities? Panelists will discuss potential pathways for electric vehicle deployment to lower harmful emissions, reduce transportation expenses, and increase energy resilience in historically marginalized communities.
Panelists from Applied Economics Clinic, Green Mountain Power, NYSERDA, and Albuquerque Public Schools will discuss the barriers to more effective and efficient interconnection of distributed energy storage resources.
As part of a new initiative from the US Department of Energy, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and CESA, CESA is co-hosting the first-ever national meeting to focus on how states and the federal government can work cooperatively to advance states’ efforts to decarbonize. The event will take place in Washington, DC.
CESA’s annual members meeting will take place in May 2023 in Washington, DC. The event will emphasize networking and connections among states, and it will feature sessions on a wide range of topics.
As solar+storage is more widely adopted, it’s essential that organizations led by Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) can both access these technologies as well as participate in the development and implementation of resilient power systems. This webinar will spotlight the Detroit Clean Energy Contractor Accelerator program, which works to prepare local BIPOC contractors to lead the clean energy transition in Detroit and greater Michigan.
This webinar will provide an introduction for state and local policy makers about DoD’s clean energy and energy resilience policies and programs, and explore case studies of DoD’s active partnerships with local governments and utilities to make mutually beneficial resilience investments.
This webinar will feature a panel discussion with leaders from California, Connecticut, Minnesota, New Mexico, and North Carolina on the status of their states’ efforts to decarbonize.
This webinar highlights the efforts of The Faunteroy Community Enrichment Center and United Parents Against Lead, two organizations implementing unique community programs that complement, and amplify, their efforts to build a resilience hub, including the installation of solar+storage.
Energy modeling can be a powerful tool for state decarbonization planning, but it can also be costly and the results can be prone to misinterpretation. This webinar will provide advice on energy modeling and introduce resources useful to states embarking on decarbonization planning.