The growing purchase of renewable energy by corporate end users is fundamentally remaking the model for electric power sales in the U.S. This report offers industry insights relating to corporations’ procurement of renewable energy to simplify renewable procurement processes and provide realistic options for corporate players across the economy.
The second annual installment of this report summarizes consensus and new developments from ACORE’s annual National Renewable Energy Policy Forum, covering the continued importance of renewable energy policy and offering public policy solutions to support a thriving clean energy economy.
ACORE and US PREF members present new research on increasing investment and capital flows to renewable energy in Ohio, with a special economic impact section to emphasize the industry’s contribution to state growth. .
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. .
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).
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.
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.
Authored 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.
Authored 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.
Sent 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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