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Episode 34: 2017 Clean Energy Legislative Academy


 

Published August 25, 2017

In 2017, the Center for the New Energy Economy launched a first ever Legislative Academy. 24 legislators from around the country – including 17 chairs or co-chairs of energy committees attended the academy. This first installment describes the academy objectives and reflections on the first session in July. The second session takes place from September 12-15.

Useful resources referenced in this episode:

AEL Tracker – all energy legislation introduced in states around the US

2017 Clean Energy Legislative Academy Webpage

Episode 32: Introducing the Clean Energy Policy Guide (e-book)


Published January 25th, 2017

The Center for the New Energy Economy has just released the first version of our Clean Energy Policy Guide for State Legislatures. In this episode, we discuss the guide with two members of our research team Jane Culkin and Chris Edmonds.

You can download the Policy Guide for free from the iTunes bookstore here.

If you don’t have a way to read an iBook from the iTunes store, you can download a pdf version with limited functionality (no videos and some of graphics and navigation capability) but with all the text and links here.

Episode 30: Summer Series Paper 4 Corporate Renewable Energy Procurement


Published December 14th, 2016

Increasingly, large fortune 500 companies are committing to meeting large renewable and climate objectives. However, this can severely impact utility planning. In this episode, we discuss the findings of a new paper published by the Center for the New Energy Economy which looks at ways in which states can manage and promote renewable procurement by large corporations.

Episode 28: Summer Series Paper 2 Energy Efficiency


Published October 17th, 2016

The Center for the New Energy Economy has launched a summer series of research papers looking at energy efficiency and renewable energy. In each of the two topics, we look first at trends and drivers of conventional policy, In this podcast we look at innovative policy design to go beyond the status quo from the 2nd paper entitled “State Policies to Expand Market Certainty for Energy Efficiency without an Energy Efficiency Resource Standard”.

Find the summer series of publications at: CNEE Summer Series

Episode 27: Summer Series Paper 1: Energy Efficiency


Published August 22nd, 2016

The Center for the New Energy Economy has launched a summer series of research papers looking at energy efficiency and renewable energy. In each of the two topics, we look first at trends and drivers of conventional policy, in the second we look at innovative policy design to go beyond the status quo. In this podcast we look at the first of these policy papers on Energy Efficiency: “Driving Energy Efficiency Markets: The Conventional Approach”. Find the summer series of publications at: cnee.colostate.edu/summer-series/

Episode 27: Summer Series Paper 1: Energy Efficiency


Published August 22nd, 2016

The Center for the New Energy Economy has launched a summer series of research papers looking at energy efficiency and renewable energy. In each of the two topics, we look first at trends and drivers of conventional policy, in the second we look at innovative policy design to go beyond the status quo. In this podcast we look at the first of these policy papers on Energy Efficiency: “Driving Energy Efficiency Markets: The Conventional Approach”. Find the summer series of publications at: cnee.colostate.edu/summer-series/

Episode 24: Powering Forward: Governor Ritter Speaks about his upcoming book


Published February 19th, 2016

In this episode, Governor Bill Ritter, former Governor of the state of Colorado and the director of the Center for the New Energy Economy discusses his upcoming book “Powering Forward – What Everyone should know about America’s Energy Revolution”. Available at amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/Powering-Forward-Everyone-Americas-Revolution/dp/1936218216