We operate the Department of Energy Technical Assistance Partnership that does unbiased site analysis for CHP. We also work to educate installers, site owners, and legislators of the benefits of efficient, economic, reliable CHP.
Our solar energy work encompasses bringing together business associations across the northeast to set common state policy goals that forwards the integration of solar energy to the utility grid.
With support from the Energy Foundation and other Funders, the Pace Energy and Climate Center has been working on RGGI development, implementation, operations, and policy for several years, going back to RGGI’s inception.
Low and Moderate Income Energy Work
We work to bridge the gaps between electric utiltiy, grid modernization, and LMI communities to bring equality of access and reliability.
Since the Center’s inception, it has had strong involvement in international energy issues, and in recent times, in climate change mitigation and adaption, focusing on energy-related climate change solutions.
Electric Vehicle sales are projected to increase steadily in the next decade. Our work focuses on accessibility and policy that takes advantage of beneficial grid attributes EVs have to offer.
Karl R. Rábago
Senior Policy Advisor
Thomas G. Bourgeois
Richard L. Ottinger
Dean Emeritus and Founder
Energy Policy Analyst
This article is crossposted on the Northeast Solar Energy Market Coalition website. The Pace Energy and Climate Center is a non-profit energy and environmental research and advocacy organization based at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in White Plains, New York. The...read more
The plant will close 14 years earlier than expected, without busting New York’s carbon budget. The agreement between the State and Entergy includes support for displaced employees and $15 million fund for community and environmental benefit. Indian Point’s closure is...read more
New York State recently adopted long-awaited air pollution regulations aimed at small distributed generators. The emissions rules, found in Part 222 of Title 6 of the New York Code of Rules and Regulations (commonly known as “Part 222”), will help to reduce the...read more
Richard Ottinger, Karl Rabago, John Bowie and a greater team contributed to the recently completed the UN Environemtnal Guide for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy laws. It was written to assist the many countries, communities and companies responding with...read more