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  • A Profile of the Nation's Renewable Energy Sector

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    As the nation’s electricity infrastructure ages and older power plants retire, renewable energy is becoming the option of choice to power 21st Century America. Since 2008, renewables have made up more than half of all new power generation capacity in the U.S., outcompeting fossil sources of electricity and delivering tangible economic benefits throughout the country. Continued support of renewable energy is important to sustain our economic growth and maintain America’s leadership and competiveness in one of the world’s fastest growing economic sectors.

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  • Increasing Renewable Energy Generation in Kansas

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    ACORE and US PREF members present new research on the potential economic impacts of Kansas generating half of its electricity from renewable sources. This paper, presented to Governor Sam Brownback, found that achieving the state’s renewable portfolio standard will require the addition 2,650 megawatts and would attract over $5.2 billion in investment and economic activity to Kansas.

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  • Increasing Investment and Capital Flows in Illinois

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    ACORE and US PREF members present new research on increasing investment and capital flows to renewable energy in Illinois, with a special economic impact section to emphasize the industry’s contribution to state growth. .

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  • Renewable Energy in the 50 States: Western Region 2015

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    The annual update of the American Council On Renewable Energy’s (ACORE) Renewable Energy in the 50 States: Western Region report is fully redesigned for 2015. This report examines state energy policies and programs, investment, and market openness in the renewable energy sector in the thirteen western states (AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, NV, NM, OR, UT, WA, WY).

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  • Renewable Energy in Sub-Saharan Africa: Opportunities & Challenges

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    This industry-authored report focuses on opportunities presented by selected markets in sub-Saharan Africa and offers insights on advancing project development in the region.

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  • Setting the Renewable Energy Policy Agenda: Insights from ACORE's 2015 National Renewable Energy Policy Forum

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    This paper summarizes and builds on consensus from the National Renewable Energy Policy Forum about the continued importance of renewable energy policy and presents a path for the next phase of federal and state government support.

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  • Reallocating Energy Investments? Consider the Clean Energy Sector

    reallocating investments coverAuthored by ACORE's U.S. Partnership for Renewable Energy Finance, this report explores new options for optimizing an energy portfolio, outlines both private and public Clean Energy investment alternatives, analyzes options for addressing sector exposure risks by increasing Clean Energy investments, and offers several conclusions for institutional investors to consider as they invest in today’s energy.

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  • Why Policy Matters: Renewable Energy Market Momentum at Risk

    why policy coverAuthored by ACORE's U.S. Partnership for Renewable Energy Finance, this report presents data and analysis illustrating the unacceptable market cliff derived from inaction on public policy.

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  • Co-Location Requirements Under The RFS Impede Advanced Biofuels Development

    RFS whitepaperSent to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), this white paper is calling for clarification of the agency’s interpretation of feedstock material within the definition of facility under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) (see 40 CFR 80.1401). Specifically, the definition of facility requires the production of advanced biofuel, from the delivery of feedstock material to production and final storage of the end product, to be completed at one location, controlled by the same person in order for the fuel to qualify toward meeting the RFS goals.

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  • Regional Profiles: Renewable Energy in Latin America and the Caribbean

    lac2coversmthumbThis market review offers key market insights about Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) through a number of case studies and assessments on renewable energy in countries throughout the region.

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  • White Paper: Monetizing Energy Security

    White Paper: Monetizing Energy SecurityA product of ACORE's National Defense and Security Initiative, this white paper recommends that the U.S. Department of Defense closely consider the actual, all-in (i.e., levelized) cost of energy, beyond merely the delivered price per gallon or kWh to make its energy system more resilient, efficient, and secure.

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  • Renewable Energy at Scale in the U.S. and Europe

    coveruseuthumbFocusing on transatlantic experiences, this Industry Review discusses how best to integrate increasing amounts of renewables into power systems while ensuring system performance, reliability, and resiliency.

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  • Renewable Energy in the 50 States: Western Region

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    The Western Region Report, the second portion of the American Council On Renewable Energy’s 7th annual Renewable Energy in the 50 States report, focuses on the renewable energy sector in the thirteen Western states.

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  • Evolving Business Models for Renewable Energy

    Evolving Business ModelsThis Industry Review explores key issues and provides recommendations related to the evolving power sector and increased use of renewable energy, particularly related to distributed generation and the effective integration of advanced grid technologies such as smart grids and microgrids.

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  • Renewable Energy in Latin America and the Caribbean

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    "Renewable Energy in Latin America and the Caribbean" provides insight and recommendations about entering the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) renewable energy markets from organizations active in the region. This regional briefing is a product of ACORE's International Programs and Power Generation and Infrastructure Initiative. Download

  • The Outlook for Renewable Energy in America: 2014

    outlookcoverslideThe Outlook for Renewable Energy in America: 2014 assesses the marketplace and forecasts the future of each renewable energy technology sector from the perspectives of U.S. renewable energy trade associations. Each sector forecast is accompanied by a list of the trade association’s specific policy recommendations that they believe might encourage continued industry growth.

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  • Renewable Energy for Military Installations: 2014 Industry Review

    militaryreviewcover-sThere are several lessons to be learned from the private sector as DoD becomes an increasingly significant player in the renewable energy industry. This report contains a series of industry perspectives about the business considerations associated with renewable energy installations at military facilities, including policy, contracting, financing, siting, technology, and energy security.

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  • Renewable Energy in the 50 States: Southeastern Region

    southeastthumbThe Southeastern Region Report, the fourth portion of the American Council On Renewable Energy’s 6th annual Renewable Energy in the 50 States report, focuses on the renewable energy sector in the fourteen Southeastern states.

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  • Renewable Energy in the 50 States: Northeast Region

    NortheastregionthumbJune 2014
    The Northeast Region Report, the first portion of the American Council On Renewable Energy’s 7th annual Renewable Energy in the 50 States report, focuses on the renewable energy sector in the eleven Northeastern states and the District of Columbia.

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  • Renewable Energy in the 50 States: Midwestern Region

    Midwestern Region ReportThe Midwestern Region Report, the second portion of the American Council On Renewable Energy’s 6th annual Renewable Energy in the 50 States report, focuses on the renewable energy sector in the twelve Midwestern states.

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