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Max Joel sees maximum benefit in planning

Officials like Max Joel say New York's willingness to support planning and study will help kick-start local solar projects. 

To Stoke Solar Power for Low-Income Communities, New York Frees Up More Capital

People who live in areas where it's hard to own a home and hard to breathe clean air often also find it hard to tap solar power. The New York State Economic Research and Development Authority just signaled an intent to right this imbalance. The agency's new solicitation for bids...
The partners raising Raise Green

For these two capitalists, finding unicorns matters less than helping community leaders find solutions to their specific climate and health challenges. 

Update: Raise Green Rises From Crowdfunding Concept to Operating Platform. What's Next?

Crowdfunding has operated for a while, and community solar has emerged as a category for investors and developers. For Raise Green, a financing platform that aims to bring crowdfunding to community solar projects, the past year has brought evolution and discovery. Our reporter brings the team's ambitions and methods up...
Professor Shalanda H. Baker co-runs the Institute for Energy Justice

Transforming from dirty oil that exploits people to clean sun and wind that exploits people won't do: Shalanda Baker helps clean-energy professionals and community activists collaborate. 

CBEYond the Moment: Shalanda Baker

What would you do if the cause that lights your day turned out to be trapping fellow citizens in the dark? For Shalanda Baker, a professor of law and public policy at Northeastern University, thinking about a clean energy future means thinking about the daily, weekly and sometimes invisible ways...
Tony DePrima's determined to lift fossil-free power standards in the First State.

Delaware energy leader Tony DePrima

As Solar and Efficiency Hold Steady, Delaware Aims to Up Renewables

Delaware consumes 100 times more energy than it produces, according to the Energy Information Administration, and gets 87% of its electricity from natural gas. The state’s renewables portfolio consists primarily of solar and biomass; a 120-megawatt offshore wind facility is expected to be online in 2022. CEFF spoke to Tony...

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