Featured Installations

Clean Energy Group's Resilient Power Technical Assistance Fund has advanced local energy resilience capacity and knowledge building with more than 100 community-based organizations across 27 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, as well as Tribal Governments. Below is a selection of solar plus battery storage (solar+storage) projects that CEG has supported through the Technical Assistance Fund.

Affordable Housing

Parkway Overlook, DC (affordable housing)

Maycroft Apartments, DC (urban apartment building)

McKnight Lane Redevelopment Project, VT (rural modular housing)

Boulder Housing Partners Headquarters, CO (affordable housing headquarters)

Rancho Verde Apartments, CA (affordable housing)

Emergency Shelter

Critical Services

Sterling Municipal Light Dept. Energy Storage System, MA (police station, communications)

Cimarron Forestry Office, NM (ranger station, fire command office)

Via Mobility Services, CO (community transportation services)

Vieques Emergency Management Trailer, PR (mobile emergency management office)

Estación de Bomberos Yauco, PR (fire station)

Estación de Bomberos Juan Muñiz Saldivia, PR (fire station)

Testimonials from Technical Assistance Fund Recipients

"Jubilee Housing expresses its gratitude to Clean Energy Group for their grant, which not only allowed the organizations to create a first of its kind Resiliency Center at the Maycroft Apartments, but most importantly is channeling the benefits of solar+storage to low-income housing residents – who most severely feel the impact of energy outages."

Martin Mellett
Jubilee Housing Vice President of External Affairs, TAF Awardee 2018

"Developing such resiliency solutions is at the forefront of the nation’s affordable housing and renewable energy dialogues, and should be a model for others. Clean Energy Group was a key partner in developing and implementing this important proof-of-concept project."

Jeff Lesk
President and Co-founder of New Partners Community Solar, TAF Awardee 2018

“With our Technical Assistance Fund grant, our small grassroots non-profit was able to hire a local consultant to work with us on finding a low-budget solar+storage system for our small food hub in a rural community highly impacted by Hurricane María.“

Tara Rodriguez Besosa
Co-founder of El Departamento de la Comida, TAF Awardee 2019

“In serving our local tribal community, it is critical that we implement strategies that provide environmental and cultural resource protection and emergency response during wildfires and power outages. The grant facilitated support from local government officials and partnership organizations for the museum to become a designated resilience hub and generated capital funding from multiple federal and private sources.”

Nicole Lim
Executive Director of the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center, TAF Awardee 2020

“From our first meeting, the CEG team has been supportive and provided guidance and resources to see us through the completion of a feasibility study to where we are now, on the brink of the actual solar PV installation. In addition, CEG has given us the opportunity to learn from and share our experience with others embarking on the solar+storage journey. We are fortunate to be in partnership with Clean Energy Group.”

Queen Zakia Shabazz
Executive Director of United Parents Against Lead and Coordinator of the Virginia Environmental Justice Collaborative, TAF Awardee 2020

“Clean Energy Group helped complete feasibility studies for two solar-plus-battery storage projects and continues to be a key partner as we move towards implementation. These projects will bring resilient power solutions to critical facilities in the Providence communities that need them most and we are grateful to have CEG’s support and expertise.”

Leah Bamberger
Director of Sustainability for Providence, RI, TAF Awardee 2019