Below is a selection of Clean Energy Group's publications on resilient power.

What States Should Do: A Guide to Resilient Power Programs and Policy, by Todd Olinsky-Paul, Clean Energy Group, June 2015. (Also see the extracted, "Summary for Policy Makers.")

Solar + Storage 101: An Introductory Guide to Resilient Solar Power Systems, by Seth Mullendore and Lewis Milford, Clean Energy Group, March 2015.

What Cities Should Do: A Guide to Resilient Power Planning, by Robert Sanders and Lew Milford, Clean Energy Group, March 2015.

Distributed Energy Storage: A Case for National and International Collaboration, by Lewis Milford, Seth Mullendore and Todd Olinsky-Paul, February 2015.

Ramp Up Resilient Power Finance: Bundle Project Loans Through a Warehouse Facility to Achieve Scale, by Rob Sanders, Senior Finance Director, January 2015.

Financing for Clean, Resilient Power Solutions, by Robert Sanders, Senior Finance Director, October 2014

Resilient Power: Evolution of a New Clean Energy Strategy to Meet Severe Weather Threats, by Clean Energy Group, September 2014

Clean Energy for Resilient Communities, by Clean Energy Group, February 2014

CEG Resilient Power Case Study: Connecticut Department of Energy and Environment Microgrid Project, by Todd Olinsky-Paul, Resilient Power Project Director, September 2013

Using State RPSs to Promote Resilient Power at Critical Infrastructure Facilities, by Todd Olinsky-Paul, Resilient Power Project Director, June 2013

Energy Security and Emergency Prepardness: How Clean Energy Can Deliver More Reliable Power for Critical Infrastructure and Emergency Response Missions, by Lew Milford, CEG President, October 2005

Distributed Power Generation for Homeland Security: Proposal for a New Federal and State Partnership, by Lew Milford and Ruth O'Meara Costello, 2003

Lessons Learned from the Blackout, by Lew Milford, CEG President, July 1999

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