Clean Energy Group Blog
According to data released by the EPA, inefficient and expensive fossil fuel peaker power plants continue to be predominantly located near lower-income communities and disproportionately impact people of color.
The EPA’s proposed regulation for greenhouse gases emitted by power plants reveal the heavy influence of the fossil fuel industry.
There are several issues with the EPA’s proposed rules for fossil fuel-fired power plants, the biggest being the inclusion of carbon capture and storage and hydrogen blending as Best Systems of Emissions Reduction pathways for new power plants as well as existing larger capacity plants.
There are numerous equity concerns that must be addressed to ensure that the benefits of EVs are distributed fairly and that historically marginalized communities are not again left behind.
Five years after it was first proposed, Massachusetts’ Cape Light Compact is celebrating the long-awaited and hard-won regulatory approval of a first-in-the-nation energy storage pilot program for low-income customers.
EVs can help mitigate the risks of severe weather events. Equipped with appropriate bidirectional charging equipment, they can provide a backup source of power to keep disaster shelters, community centers, medical offices, emergency services, and other services in operation.
The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 updated and expanded the Investment Tax Credit for solar and battery storage resilient power projects. This blog outlines several important changes to the ITC that could impact nonprofits.
Electric vehicles for community use – including electric buses, vans, trucks, and ordinary passenger cars – represent an important opportunity for economic, environmental, and public health benefits.
What do EVs really have to offer if you’re among the majority of Americans who would find it challenging to purchase a Tesla? This blog, the first in a series on the topic of EVs and equity, begins to explore this question by looking at cost, safety, and environmental impacts.
A new year is upon us. This will be a big year for Clean Energy Group (CEG). We were founded 25 years ago, back in 1998 when solar and wind were more of a hopeful concept than the disruptive reality they have become today. Considering the events of last year, 2023 looks to be a…