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).
This report identifies the opportunities and challenges that will shape the offshore wind market in the Northeastern U.S.
This report quantifies the job impacts of offshore wind development in the Northeastern U.S. and specifies the types of jobs to be created.
This report examines the functional requirements and costs of constructing purpose-built vessels that would comply with the U.S. Jones Act and meet the needs of the U.S. offshore wind industry.
This two-minute animated video illustrates how a solar+ storage system in Sterling, Massachusetts is saving the town money and providing continuous power to first reponders.
This ten-minute video showcases the economic and resilient power benefits of a solar PV and battery energy storage system in the town of Sterling, Massachusetts.
First public survey of utility rates details economic potential for commercial behind-the-meter battery storage market across the United States.
This fact sheet contains some additional background information on demand charges and the relationship and interaction between demand charge expenses and energy storage.
A Minnesota educational facility installed a battery storage system to compliment an existing solar electric system for cost savings and resilient power. This case study includes technical and financial details, as well as lessons learned over the course of the project.
This is a summary of “Framework for Testing the Effectiveness of Bat and Eagle Impact-Reduction Strategies at Wind Energy Projects,” a 2016 report by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). This summary was prepared for the Northeast Wind Resource Center by the Clean Energy States Alliance.