The quarterly series provides insights on state regulatory and legislative discussions and actions on distributed solar policy, with a focus on net metering, distributed solar valuation, community solar, residential fixed charges, residential demand and solar charges, third-party ownership, and utility-led rooftop solar programs.Download
In the fall of 2018, the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact (the Compact), in partnership with the Department of Energy’s Southeast Combined Heat and Power Technical Assistance Partnership, convened regional stakeholders—including local government staff, non-profit organizations, utility representatives, and institutional building facility managers—to learn from local and national resilient energy system experts during a two day-long implementation workshop titled Resilient Energy Systems. The convening is part of a workshop series designed to advance the implementation of the Climate Compact’s Regional Climate Action Plan and specifically focused on recommendations from the Energy and Fuel and Risk Reduction and Emergency Management chapters. This guidance report builds upon and supports the content presented at that workshop with the goal of providing local government staff and other stakeholders with a basic grounding in this topic.Download
The quarterly series provides insights on state regulatory and legislative discussions and actions on electric vehicles and charging infrastructure.Download
A quarterly look at state legislative and regulatory discussions and actions on electric vehicles and charging infrastructure.Download
Considering alternative fuels for your fleet? Learn more about propane! The Produce Box, a produce delivery company in North Carolina, serves about 11,000 families across the state. The company chose propane because it’s cheaper, burns cleaner, and is a domestic fuel. Learn more about propane and if this option could be right for your fleet at cleantransportation.org.Visit Link
Considering alternative fuels for your fleet? Learn more about electric vehicles! The University of North Carolina at Charlotte has 115 electric vehicles on its campus, including Polaris GEMs and Nissan Leafs. Electric Vehicles are cheaper to run because they don’t require gas and require less maintenance – and they produce no harmful emissions. Learn more about propane and if this option could be right for your fleet at cleantransportation.org.Visit Link
Considering alternative fuels for your fleet? Learn more about natural gas! Waste Management has 21 million customers throughout North America, with 24,000 vehicles - 6,500 of which are compressed natural gas (CNG). Using natural gas instead of diesel saves money and lowers harmful emissions. Learn more about natural gas and if this option could be right for your fleet at cleantransportation.org.Visit Link
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