Emissions Leakage in RGGI: An Analysis of the Current State and Recommendations for a Path Forward

Report provides guidance to state policymakers on how to reduce emissions leakage.

 

Voluntary and Corporate Renewable Energy in New York: Challenges to Maximizing Voluntary Benefits and Meeting State Goals

The last of three policy briefs prepared with the Pace Energy and Climate Center focusing on voluntary renewable energy in the Northeast United States, this brief focuses on New York state in particular.

Voluntary Renewable Energy and the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Solutions for Positive Interactions and Greater Impact

The second of three policy briefs prepared with the Pace Energy and Climate Center focusing on voluntary renewable energy in the Northeast United States, this brief identifies interactions between the voluntary renewable energy market and the R

Voluntary and Corporate Renewable Energy in the Northeast United States: Barriers and Opportunities for Growth

The first of three policy briefs prepared with the Pace Energy and Climate Center focusing on voluntary renewable energy in the Northeast United States, this brief explains the current and potential value of voluntary renewable energy to meet s

CHP in Hospital

CHP provides economic, reliable, and clean energy that is well suited to provide the vast energy needs of a hospital.

Powering Through Storms

Combined Heat and Power delivers business continutiy, risk reduction, and critical infrastructure resiliency benefits during times of extreme weather events and wide spread grid outages. 

Renewable Energy as an Economic Driver of Sustainable Development: UN High-Level Political Forum Side Event Report

Delegates to the High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) convened 18 July, 2017 to discuss the scope of renewable energy’s contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as well as outline key priorities for the 2018 HLPF, which will have an energy focus.

Pace Energy and Climate Center 2016 Report-Executive Summary

In 2016, Pace Energy and Climate Center was all REVved up, and more!

The Center staff and many allies are deeply involved in the business of electric utility

transformation. We live and work in a remarkable time. Decades of steady, thoughtful

Pace Energy and Climate Center 2016 Report

In 2016, Pace Energy and Climate Center was all REVved up, and more!

The Center staff and many allies are deeply involved in the business of electric utility

transformation. We live and work in a remarkable time. Decades of steady, thoughtful

Transition Support Mechanisms for Communities Facing Full or Partial Coal Power Plant Retirement in New York

The Transition Support Mechanisms report, prepared by Pace Energy and Climate Center with the support of Environmental Defense Fund, documents best practices for supporting the economic and environmental health of communities in New York facing the closure of a coal-fired power plant.

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