Resilient Power Project

Resilient Power Project

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.

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With the Resilient Power Project, Clean Energy Group and Meridian Institute are working to accelerate market development of clean energy technologies for resilient power applications that serve low-income communities and vulnerable populations during disasters and power disruptions, and to address climate adaptation and mitigation goals through expansion of reliable renewable energy deployment. 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 facing the country: Community Resiliency, Climate Adaptation, and Climate Mitigation.

Clean Energy Group’s role in this process is to help inform, coordinate, and support federal, state, and local officials, policy makers and developers with the goal of deploying resilient power projects in communities across the country. In addition to providing program guidance to policy makers and limited technical assistance funding for project development, we also prepare reports and analysis on resilient power programs and project implementation, finance tools, and best practices.

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Latest Blog Posts

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How Utilities Can Bring Storage to Scale in Massachusetts

In the same way that states have led the policy support for wind and solar technologies, they are now leading the way on energy storage. A model for states to look to when crafting energy storage policy is Massachusetts.

Vermont Affordable Housing Development Sets New Standard for Resilient, Zero-Energy Homes

The McKnight Lane Housing Development in Waltham, Vermont is doing what no affordable housing project has done before: It is offering rural, low-income tenants zero-energy, single-family housing that also includes resilient solar energy storage systems.
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Sterling, Massachusetts Breaks Ground on a Resilient Energy Storage System

The town of Sterling, Massachusetts will celebrate its Municipal Light Department’s new energy storage system with a groundbreaking ceremony next week.
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