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Clean Energy Solutions Center

Clean Energy Solution Campaign

Goal

Helping governments around the world design and adopt policies and programs that support the financing and deployment of clean energy.

Overview

Clean Energy Solutions Center

The Clean Energy Solutions Center (the Solutions Center) helps governments design and adopt policies and programs that support the deployment of transformational low-carbon technologies. The Solutions Center offers no-cost clean energy policy assistance through a global network of more than 30 experts for government policy makers and the technical institutes assisting them, online training and webinars, and peer-to-peer learning to help countries tailor solutions to their needs and foster international collaboration on policy innovations. The Solutions Center also serves as a knowledge portal for online clean energy resources—including policy best practices, data, and analysis tools—and shares these resources with a global forum of energy experts, policy makers, and other stakeholders in partnership with more than 35 leading international and regional clean energy organizations.


Activities

ASK AN EXPERT SERVICE

Goal

CESC’s Ask an Expert service provides no-cost clean energy policy assistance through a global network of over 50 experts for government agency representatives and the technical institutes assisting them. To date, this service has supported hundreds of requests for assistance from over 90 countries. The Ask an Expert service makes it easy to request targeted, first-rate expert assistance and receive in-depth answers and support for your policy questions.

Participants

More than 50 clean energy experts are available to provide assistance and in-depth answers to your questions.

Full list of experts

Our expert

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RESOURCE LIBRARY AND POLICY BRIEFS

Goal

The Clean Energy Solutions Center is dedicated to providing government officials, policymakers, and their advisors a centralized resource to access good practice information that supports development and implementation of clean energy policies and programs. We cull the vast global library of clean energy policy resources to present the most relevant clean energy reports, data and tools to help you design and implement clean energy policy in your country or region.

Additional Information

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Read the policy briefs

TRAINING AND PEER-TO-PEER LEARNING

Goal

We offer no-cost training webinars on clean energy policy and finance topics for policymakers around the world.

Additional Information

Visit the CESC’s Youtube to see past webinars:

https://www.youtube.com/user/cleanenergypolicy


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Social media

In December 2021, @GovDunleavy requested @NREL's support with a preliminary feasibility analysis for achieving an 80% renewable energy portfolio standard (#RPS) along Alaska’s Railbelt.

Our two overall findings (and key subfindings) here >>>
https://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy22osti/81698.pdf

OUT NOW: The 50 States of Electric Vehicles Q1 2022 edition. In Q1 2022, all 50 states and the District of Columbia took actions related to electric vehicles and charging infrastructure.
Learn more now: https://nccleantech.ncsu.edu/2022/05/04/the-50-states-of-electric-vehicles-federal-infrastructure-funding-and-managed-charging-programs-in-focus-during-q1-2022/

A lot has happened since our first General Assembly in June 2018.

In just 3 years, we have led numerous advocacy, networking, & mentoring activities.

Read about the outcomes of our 2nd General Assembly, as well as the exciting activities up ahead. 👇 https://www.globalwomennet.org/reflecting-on-our-progress-while-looking-forward/

Be sure to watch this terrific expert panel discussion on Policies and Market Structures to Drive Net-Zero Emissions Energy Systems - sponsored by the Clean Energy Solutions Center!
- CEM12 / MI6 Chile 2021 - May 31 - June 6 https://cem12mi6chile.com/conference/cem-12-expert-discussion-on-policies-and-market-structures-to-drive-net-zero-emissions-energy-systems/

This holiday weekend, the @NREL Veterans Employee Resource Group encourages everyone to take a quiet moment to remember those who have fallen in service to our country and their surviving family members and loved ones.

Despite the COVID pandemic, 50% more renewables were installed in 2020 than the year before. #ItsPossible

https://www.irena.org/newsroom/pressreleases/2021/Apr/World-Adds-Record-New-Renewable-Energy-Capacity-in-2020

Pioneering NREL Analysis Empowers Los Angeles in Its Pursuit of 100% Renewables https://www.nrel.gov/news/features/2021/la100.html#.YGHjfaeLZ9g.twitter

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