Resilient Power Equality: Providing Reliable Electricity Solutions to Everyone

When it comes to reliable energy technologies to protect against power outages, there is a disparity between the haves and the have-nots. Call it “resilient power inequality.”

Massachusetts Announces Second Round of Resilient Power Project Grants

The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) has announced its second round of resilience program awards, and once again, the results are extraordinary.

Clean Energy Bonds: Let’s Take Away the Market for Fossil Fuel Investment

Investors in the United States increasingly want to invest in solutions to climate change. The good news is that investors have growing opportunities to make those investments, with clean energy bonds.

How to Finance Resilient Power: Emerging Models Post-Sandy

It's been two years since Superstorm Sandy hit the East Coast. It knocked out electric grids and left millions of people to suffer for weeks without power in public housing, senior centers, hospitals and shelters.

Emerging Finance Models for Resilient Infrastructure

With recent announcements from New York and New Jersey, we now have two emerging finance models to fund community level, climate resilient infrastructure.

New Jersey Creates Nation’s First Energy Resilience Bank

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