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.
A new report prepared by Applied Economics Clinic for the Clean Energy States Alliance provides a framework for state energy agencies contemplating a benefit-cost analysis for battery storage.
In this webinar, Trudy Forsyth of NREL and Heather Rhoads-Weaver of eFormative Options provided an interactive demonstration of the Distributed Wind Policy Comparison Tool, designed to identify distributed wind policy best practices as part of a U.S. DOE-funded project that ranked states based on their current incentives and market environments, and calculated impacts on project economics for various levels of rebates, feed-in tariffs (FIT), and other incentives.
CESA hosted this webinar to review recent State activities to support Marine Energy technologies and industries. Representatives from state agencies and organizations presented highlights of the past year’s acitivities in their states, including updates on programs, policies, test facilities and pilot projects.
This webinar will examine the financing issue from the perspective of private investors. Who could invest? What will it take to make them invest? How to address financing and technology risks? What role does the investment community believe that state and federal government policy should play?
This webinar gives background on current fuel cell technology, and showcases two companies who are successfully putting stationary fuel cell applications to work.
This webinar presents various financing models for fuel cell installations. A representative from UTC Power discusses the attractive financing options that company offers and the implications for future projects. A representative of ClearEdge Power explains the importance of the financing issue for the future success of the fuel cell industry and discussed the company’s plans to market residential fuel cell systems.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Fuel Cell Technologies Program, the Clean Energy States Alliance, and the Technology Transition Corp. will be hosting a webinar titled “Go Local – Maximizing Your Local Renewable Resources with Fuel Cells” as part of their Learning From Local Leaders Webinar Series. During the webinar, attendees will learn how municipalities are using solar, wind, biogas, and other local renewable energy resources in conjunction with fuel cells. Every area of the nation has natural resources that local leaders can use to trim costs, create jobs, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by leveraging the benefits of hydrogen and fuel cells.
This webinar examines some of the key strategies, efforts, and policy tools being used by states to support offshore wind financing and deployment. The webinar will begin to identify what are the characteristics of an effective approach by states to create demand, encourage power purchase agreements, employ public procurement, and use public funding to support offshore wind development and related supply chain investment.
The Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster (NEESC) is hosting a Supply Chain Exchange for the hydrogen and fuel cell industry in the New England and New York region. The event will feature a “matchmaking”/networking session–an opportunity for OEMs and suppliers to meet and exchange information. Included in the event is an opportunity to meet with…
This kick-off webinar will examine the US DOE national offshore wind strategy deployment objectives, its implications for the total investment required to develop this amount of generation, and the specific financing gaps and challenges.
Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) and the Great Lakes Wind Collaborative (GLWC) invite you to participate in a webinar on Wednesday, June 29 from 1:00-2:30 p.m. EDT on the recently released publication: Best Practices for Sustainable Wind Energy Development in the Great Lakes Region. Though the focus is on the Great Lakes Region, most of the recommendations are broadly applicable to other regions of the U.S., and we encourage anyone interested in sustainable wind energy development to attend.