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Energy Freedom Act: South Carolina Takes Steps Towards Resilience
July 30, 2019 by Marriele Robinson

Hurricane season is here, and South Carolina is no stranger to the devastating impacts that natural disasters and extreme weather can have on communities.

Photo Credit: Nick Waters, Florida Solar Energy Center.
Solar+Storage Makes Sense for Southeastern Energy Resilience
May 14, 2019 by Marriele Robinson, Seth Mullendore

Southeastern utilities have made headlines recently with plans to incorporate battery storage at solar installations across their service territories. It turns out that the communities they serve could greatly benefit from installing solar+storage as well.

Health Care at Home: The New Risks from a Growing Trend
March 25, 2019 by Marriele Robinson

As more people opt to receive medical care at home, access to resilient emergency backup power will need to be prioritized and made more accessible, especially to low-income households.

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Solar+Storage Powers Critical Community Services in Boulder, Colorado
September 27, 2018 by Marriele Robinson

For the City of Boulder, a September 2013 flood emphasized the need for energy resilience as critical to providing emergency services. The city partnered with two leading nonprofit services providers to demonstrate how solar+storage systems can reliably support critical loads during an outage.

Resilient Power On the Rise in Puerto Rico
August 28, 2018 by Marriele Robinson

Members of CEG’s Resilient Power Project team traveled to Puerto Rico earlier this month to participate in a conference and meet with local solar+storage developers and nonprofit organizations.