Upcoming Webinars

Outreach, Consumer Education, and Community Partnerships: How DC’s Solar for All Program is Bringing Solar to Low-Income Households

June 25, 2024

Washington, DC’s Solar for All program is a rooftop and community solar program aiming to benefit over 100,000 households with incomes at or below 80% of area median income. This webinar will profile the program and the ways its administrators have handled outreach and consumer education over the program’s seven-year history.

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DOE’s Regional Hydrogen Hubs: Climate Solution, or Climate Disaster?

January 18, 2024

Panelists from Pipeline Safety Trust and the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis will explain why climate scientists and technical experts are concerned about the technical and financial viability of current plans for hydrogen expansion.

Environmental Justice Strategies for Hydrogen Opposition

December 15, 2022

This Clean Energy Group webinar will provide an overview of some environmental justice concerns that should be considered when evaluating any hydrogen proposal. Speakers from Western Environmental Law Center and Ohio River Valley Institute will present on their work pushing back against misinformed hydrogen proposals in the Ohio River Valley and New Mexico in coalition with local communities and environmental justice advocates.

Exploring Europe’s Approach to Using Offshore Wind for Green Hydrogen Production

November 9, 2021

CESA’s new report provides an overview of the plans, strategies, proposals, and challenges for the development of green hydrogen from offshore wind generation in Europe. In this webinar, report author Val Stori and report contributor Lee Wilkinson will discuss European green hydrogen policies, the regulatory environment, and the rationale for using European offshore wind for hydrogen.

How Green is Blue Hydrogen?: Study Finds Hydrogen Produced with CCS Produces High Emissions

September 7, 2021

A new ground-breaking, peer-reviewed study determined that blue hydrogen results in significantly higher emissions than burning natural gas or coal for heat and found that the lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions of blue hydrogen are only marginally better than gray hydrogen.

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