Clean Energy Group and Croatan Institute have released the first comprehensive study of U.S. institutional investors’ appetite for green bonds.
This case study presents the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environment (CTDEEP)’s Microgrid Program.
A collection of case studies of the 2014 State Leadership in Clean Energy award-winning programs from state and municipal clean energy development funds from around the country.
This case study profiles the Maryland Game Changer Award Program and the Konterra solar + storage microgrid that the award program helped to fund.
This case study presents the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (MassDOER)’s Community Clean Energy Resiliency Awards.
This paper describes financing tools that can be used to implement projects and that will attract private capital on highly favorable terms, thereby reducing the cost of solar and resilient power installations.
This paper outlines the dangers that power outages can pose to our most vulnerable populations, the failures of traditional backup power sources, and the opportunities to develop distributed energy systems with clean and dependable energy technologies.
CE+BFI examines Qualified 501(c)(3) bonds as a mechanism for communities with 501(c)(3) organizations seeking to undertake significant clean energy projects.
Clean Energy Group, the Brookings Institution and the Council of Development Finance Agencies have just released a new paper on a powerful but underutilized tool for future clean energy investment: state and local bond finance.
In the first blueprint of how a city could become more “power resilient,” this report shows how Baltimore and other cities could use clean energy to create a more reliable electric system that protects vulnerable citizens during power blackouts.