Clean Energy Group and the Clean Energy States Alliance offer many free informational resources on the topics of battery storage, community resilient power, solar+storage applications and economics. Both organizations offer free webinars on topics relating to resilient power solutions and energy storage deployment.
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Clean Energy Group (www.cleanegroup.org) and the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) (www.cesa.org) are two national nonprofit organizations working to advance clean energy.
Clean Energy Group's Resilient Power Project is focused on accelerating market development of resilient, clean energy solutions for affordable housing and critical community facilities in low-income and disadvantaged communities. The Project is targeted to the deployment of solar PV combined with energy storage (solar+storage) – to power essential services during extended power outages and to reduce the economic burden of energy costs in vulnerable communities. The goal is to further clean energy equity by ensuring that all communities have access to the economic, health, and resiliency benefits that solar and energy storage technologies can provide. Access free resources, webinar recordings, toolkits, and installed project case studies, and other information at www.resilient-power.org.
Clean Energy States Alliance manages the Energy Storage Technology Advancement Partnership (ESTAP) that seeks to accelerate the deployment of electrical energy storage technologies in the U.S. The project’s objective is to accelerate the pace of deployment of energy storage technologies in the United States through the creation of technical assistance and co-funding partnerships between states and the U.S. Department of Energy. Learn more and access the ESTAP projects free resources, visit www.cesa.org/projects/energy-storage-technology-advancement-partnership.