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July 31, 2014 - by Henry Gass, E&E Reporter

N.J. launches $200M bank to develop microgrids

Copyright 2014 E&E Publishing, LLC. This article was reprinted from ClimateWire with permission of E&E Publishing. Read more »

Projects: Clean Energy Finance , Clean Energy States Alliance, Resilient Power and Climate

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July 29, 2014 - by Clean Energy Group

Press Release: Clean Energy Group President Praises Creation of Nation’s First Energy Resilience Bank

New Jersey recently created the first-in-the-nation “Energy Resilience Bank (ERB).” Following the devastating impacts of SuperStorm Sandy, where over 8 million people lost electric power in the region, the ERB will provide $200 million for municipalities to finance clean resilient power solutions. Read more »

Projects: Clean Energy States Alliance, Resilient Power and Climate

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July 25, 2014 - by Steve Curwood, Shanna Cleveland

Unprecedented New England Pipeline Proposal

Shanna Cleveland of the Conservation Law Foundation discussed a proposed natural gas pipeline in New England on the "Living on Earth" radio program with host Steve Curwood. Read more »

Projects: Getting Gas Right: A New Strategy for a No-Carbon Future

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July 25, 2014 - by OWAP

OWAP Newsletter: July 2014

This is the July 2014 issue of the Offshore Wind Accelerator Project (OWAP) Newsletter. Read more »

Projects: Offshore Wind Accelerator Project

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July 17, 2014 - by Center for American Progress

Study: Poorest Communities Least Resilient to Weather Extremes

The Center for American Progress has just released a study that indicates that the poorest communities are the least resilient to weather extremes. The study further offers recommendations to better protect these vulnerable communities. Read more »

Projects: Resilient Power and Climate