This memorandum provides an example of how local governments can form a partnership with electric utilities to foster a clean energy collaboration.
This memorandum provides an example of how local governments can form a partnership with electric utilities to foster a low-carbon, smart city collaboration.
This guide outlines how local governments can pursue buyer-led aggregated PPAs for utility-scale renewable projects. It includes the benefits of aggregation, off-site procurement options available to aggregation groups, and case studies of five successful aggregated renewables procurements. The guide also presents a seven-step process to guide local governments to pursue an aggregated procurement.
This webinar covers strategies local governments can consider to procure renewable energy and support renewable energy market development, including power purchase agreements (PPAs), virtual power purchase agreements (VPPAs), community solar, and more. The webinar also cover how the regulatory landscape impacts the RE purchasing options available to a particular community and highlights case studies from local governments across the United States that have successfully implemented these strategies, including Arlington, VA, and Denver, CO.
A presentation made by City of Charlotte staff for the city council regarding an opportunity to participate in Duke Energy’s Green Tariff, the Green Source Advantage program.
A tool that estimates the health and economic benefits of clean energy policies.
This Request for Proposal (RFP) was issued by the City of Charlotte, NC, in 2019 for a utility-scale solar installation. The city was looking to partner with a solar developer to participate in Duke Energy’s Green Source Advantage (GSA).
A webinar in which CRA staff provide an overview of the most common transactions used to purchase renewable electricity in the U.S.
The U.S. Renewable Energy Map illustrates where customers can buy large-scale renewable energy via green tariffs.
This brief provides detailed information on the green tariff proposals and offerings for commercial and industrial (C&I) customers in regulated markets in the U.S.