Monday, April 24, 2017

Clean Energy Jobs Webinar - Friday, May 12


The Center for Renewable Energy Advanced Technological Education (CREATE) is pleased to announce that we will be launching the first of our renewable energy webinars on Friday May 12 at 2pm Eastern Time.  The Webinar will focus on the recently released report conducted by the Environmental Defense Fund and Meister Consultants Group titled Now Hiring:  The Growth of America's Clean Energy and Sustainability Jobs.  

To Register email Gabrielle Temple at: gabrielle.temple@canyons.edu

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

China and US lead way with wind power installations, says global energy report

Check out this latest article by CNBC on wind power energy. The US and China are leading the way with wind power installations : http://www.cnbc.com/2017/02/13/china-and-us-lead-way-with-wind-power-installations-says-global-energy-report.html

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Upcoming Webinars on Low-Income Solar

Don't miss out on this two part webinar series from Clean States Alliance on Low-Income Solar.



Low-Income Solar, Part 1: Lessons Learned from Energy Efficiency Programs
   
Thursday, March 23, 1-2pm ET


As states seek to increase the adoption of solar among low-income households and communities, the history of low-income energy efficiency programs provides useful lessons. In this webinar, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researcher Ian Hoffman will discuss the lessons learned from low-income energy efficiency programs, and how they can be applied to low-income solar programs. Topics covered will include how programs can be tailored to different segments of the low-income population, such as multifamily vs. single-family housing, as well as what obstacles have been encountered and what new solutions are proposed.
 
Panelist: Ian Hoffman, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Moderator: Warren Leon, Clean Energy States Alliance

Low-Income Solar, Part 2: Using the Tools of Low-Income Energy Efficiency Financing  
   
Thursday, March 30, 1-2pm ET


As states seek to increase the adoption of solar among low-income households and communities, many states are considering employing financing tools that have been used for low-income energy efficiency. In this webinar, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researcher Greg Leventis will review low-income energy efficiency financing products and discuss how different financing products can address different barriers to low-income energy improvements.

Panelist: Greg Leventis, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Moderator: Warren Leon, Clean Energy States Alliance

To Register: