The PEAK Coalition submitted comments regarding the EPA’s proposed new carbon pollution standards for coal and gas-fired power plants, expressing grave concerns about the environmental justice implications of the proposed rules.
The EPA is proposing changes to the Clean Air Act related to greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel-fired electric generating units. CEG, along with nine partner organizations, has submitted comments expressing concerns about the potential impact of these proposed changes.
Can electric vehicles play a role in advancing equity in underserved and historically marginalized communities? This report explores that question in four parts.
Clean Energy Group and partners submitted comments to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection regarding a proposed rulemaking concept to allow clean energy compliance options for existing Electric Generating Units. These comments raise significant questions about various elements of the proposal and expressed concern that such rules, if developed and approved, would enable fossil assets to remain online unnecessarily.
This report describes backup power needs and opportunities at Florida’s Community Health Centers. The report includes a technoeconomic analysis for using solar+storage for emergency backup power at health centers, and provides insights and recommendations for resilient power adoption at Health Centers nationwide.
This report investigates the barriers to more effective and efficient interconnection of distributed energy storage resources.
CEG submitted comments to the Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Advisory Council to express concern about potentially harmful proposed changes to the Massachusetts ConnectedSolutions program incentive rules.
This analysis determines that the development of a system featuring solar, battery storage, and a backup gas turbine would be a viable and preferred alternative to a new gas-fired CC plant for meeting NJ Transit’s critical loads during severe weather-related outages.
These fact sheets introduce each of the six bonus credits available within the ITC for solar, wind, and storage projects. These fact sheets share who is eligible to apply for each credit and which credits can be paired together.
This document summarizes some of the key project outcomes of the Resilient Power Project through providing information, knowledge-building support, and technical assistance to organizations working in low-income communities and communities of color across the country.