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.
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This hour-long call focused on the use of fuel cells by supermarkets. We heard about the experiences supermarkets have had using stationary fuel cells in four different states and explored the reasons why supermarkets appear to be an especially attractive venue for fuel cells.
This webinar highlights a new CESA report, entitled “The Commerce Clause and Implications for State Renewable Portfolio Standard Programs.” The report explains the applicability and effect of the interstate commerce clause of the US Constitution on a state’s approach to the design of an RPS. The report also identifies and discusses options available to states for structuring RPS programs in a constitutionally compliant manner. In this webinar, the authors reviewed the key findings from the report.
This webinar will highlight some of the innovative policies and programs being employed across the country by states and utilities to support the rapid acceleration of solar deployment in the U.S. This webinar will provide an overview of a variety of solar incentives and financing approaches, such as feed-in tariffs, solar RECs, and community-based programs for bulk purchases. Mark Sinclair, CESA Executive Director, will be the host. There will be time alotted for Q&A for the participants.
This webinar introduces the Energy Storage Technology Advancement Partnership (ESTAP). Through this project, CESA will establish and facilitate a multi-state/federal collaborative initiative to advance cooperation and cost-share contributions to demonstration projects by states, DOE, and private industry to accelerate energy storage project deployment in the U.S.
CESA members and members of CESA’s PV Peer Network are invited to join this webinar, on which Jason Gifford of Sustainable Energy Advantage (SEA) will provide an overview of the tool SEA created for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to allow state public utility commissions and the renewable energy community to assess renewable energy project costs, develop cost-based incentives (e.g., feed-in tariffs), and evaluate the impact of tax incentives or other support structures.
The speakers on this third webinar in the joint U.S. Offshore Wind Collaborative (USOWC) and Clean Energy States Alliance series focusing on building the U.S. offshore wind supply chain will provide an overview of three offshore wind supply chain initiatives within specific regions of the U.S.
DOE/CESA/TTC/States Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Brown Bag Lunch Series Webinar – “Hydrogen Production and Storage for Fuel Cells.” Presentation by Tim Lipman, co-director of the Transportation Sustainability Research Center at UC-Berkeley and director of the Department of Energy’s Pacific Region Clean Energy Application Center. Lipman describes the findings of a new white paper, “An Overview of Hydrogen Production and Storage Systems with Renewable Hydrogen Case Studies.”
This webinar is designed to provide CESA members and members of the States Advancing Solar network with expert insight into recent solar market trends and the federal legislative outlook for solar PV and solar hot water technologies in 2011.
On this webinar, Maggie Mann of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Chris Recchia of the Biomass Energy Resource Center (BERC) will be continuing the discussion from the November 19, 2010 webinar, Biomass Sustainability and RPS Programs, PART I.
The guest speakers on this second webinar focusing on building the U.S. offshore wind supply chain will discuss how regions of the U.S. can prepare for an offshore wind industry by capitalizing on their regional strengths and learning from the UK’s decade of experience in offshore wind supply chain building.