Clean Energy Group’s projects concentrate on climate and clean energy issues at the state, national, and international levels as it works with stakeholders from governments, the private and nonprofit sectors.
To reduce impacts and dangers of power outages in communities now and in the future, the Resilient Power Project works to provide technology and policy solutions to address three challenges: Community Resiliency, Climate Adaptation, and Climate Mitigation.
Energy Storage and Climate
Effective energy storage solutions can provide the flexibility not only to improve our current electric power system but to completely re-envision how power is produced and delivered in support of achieving national and the international climate goals.
The Solar+Storage Optimization Project, a joint endeavor of Clean Energy Group and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), seeks to elucidate the emerging market for distributed solar paired with battery energy storage (solar+storage).
Clean Energy Finance
Developing solutions to funding and finance challenges is key to expanding clean energy markets. Clean Energy Group works to accelerate clean energy economic and community development at the state, regional, and local level through new learning networks of key public finance officials.
Clean Energy Innovation
Drawing from a variety of sources, including cutting-edge innovation theory and corporate practices, Clean Energy Group works to advance the most effective public innovation policies at the national and international levels.
Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA)
A national, nonprofit coalition of public agencies and organizations working together to advance clean energy in states across the country, managed by Clean Energy Group.
Offshore Wind Accelerator Project (OWAP)
Supporting responsible offshore wind development in the U.S.
Northeast Wind Resource Center (NWRC)
NWRC, funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and managed by Clean Energy Group, is the regional epicenter for salient, unbiased information on land-based and offshore wind energy in the Northeast.