|Home Health Care in the Dark
June 3, 2019 by Annie Shapiro, Marriele Robinson
This report examines the risks associated with power outages for individuals reliant on electricity for in-home medical and mobility equipment. Current energy security technologies and policies will need to adjust to meet the needs of the home health care community.
|Principles of Equitable Policy Design for Energy Storage
May 14, 2019 by Union of Concerned Scientists
UCS, CEG, and a wide range of stakeholders from across the country met in December 2018 to develop a set of principles to ensure equitable deployment of energy storage technologies.
|Resilient Southeast: Exploring Opportunities for Solar+Storage in Five Cities
April 18, 2019 by Marriele Robinson, Seth Mullendore
Resilient Southeast is a series of reports exploring the obstacles and opportunities for solar PV and battery storage to strengthen the resilience of communities throughout the Southeast.
|Energy Storage: The New Efficiency ― How States Can Use Efficiency Funds to Support Battery Storage and Flatten Costly Demand Peaks
April 3, 2019 by Todd Olinsky-Paul
This report describes the process of enabling use of state energy efficiency funds to support the deployment of energy storage with performance incentives offered for demand reduction.
|Comments of Clean Energy Group on MA DPU 17-146, Eligibility of Energy Storage Systems to Net Meter
November 16, 2017 by Todd Olinsky-Paul
Clean Energy Group submitted comments to the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities regarding the treatment of behind-the-meter energy storage and NEM systems that are engaged, or wish to engage in net energy metering (NEM).
|Comments of Clean Energy Group on MA DOER Energy Storage Target Docket
May 31, 2017 by Lew Milford, Seth Mullendore, Todd Olinsky-Paul
Clean Energy Group submitted comments to the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources as part of the pending rulemaking docket regarding whether to set a utility energy storage mandate or target, and at what size.
|Solar Risk: How Energy Storage Can Preserve Solar Savings in California Affordable Housing
May 17, 2017 by Seth Mullendore, Wayne Waite
A new analysis finds that energy storage can effectively hedge against proposed changes to California’s solar policies and utility rates that could drastically reduce the value of solar.
|Comments to the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources Regarding Policies to Encourage the Cost-Effective Deployment of Energy Storage Systems
January 30, 2017 by Lew Milford, Todd Olinsky-Paul - et al.
Clean Energy Group, in collaboration with the Union of Concerned Scientists and Acadia Center, submitted comments to the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources in round 2 of stakeholder comments in support of its decision to adopt targets for energy storage utility procurement,.
|Comments to the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources Regarding Whether to Adopt Targets for a Utility Energy Storage Mandate
December 21, 2016 by Lew Milford, Seth Mullendore, Todd Olinsky-Paul
Clean Energy Group submitted these comments to the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources in support of its consideration to adopt targets for a binding energy storage utility procurement mandate.
|Does Energy Storage Fit in an RPS?
July 29, 2016 by Ed Holt, Todd Olinsky-Paul
This is an updated version of a report originally published in 2014. This paper explores the question of how states, which have taken the lead in promoting clean energy through Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS), could facilitate increased deployment of energy storage.