Webinar: Learn How CLEAN Programs Can Help You Reach Renewable Energy Goals

Join the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) on Thursday, April 26, 2012, for a webinar on CLEAN Programs: Helping Utilities Meet Renewable Energy Goals.Clean Local Energy Accessible Now (“CLEAN”) programs, also known as feed-in tariffs, are proven, easy-to-implement policies that help utilities meet renewable energy goals and help communities capture clean energy jobs and investment opportunities, all while minimizing administrative burdens on utility staff. This webinar will explain how to evaluate, design and implement a cost-effective CLEAN program. Speakers from the Clean Coalition and from City of Palo Alto will provide an overview of CLEAN programs and a case study of the City of Palo Alto’s recently implemented program, Palo Alto CLEAN.

Speakers include Bob Gibson, vice president, Market Intelligence, SEPA (Moderator); Jon Abendschein, senior resource planner, City of Palo Alto Utilities; Craig Lewis, executive director, Clean Coalition.

The target audiences for the webinar include utility renewable energy program managers; strategic planning; policy and regulatory staff; solar project developers; local and regional state energy policy makers and stakeholders.

Following the webinar, all registrants will receive a link to the Local CLEAN Program Guide, which provides a step-by-step guide to lead utilities through the process of designing and enacting successful CLEAN programs using global best practices.

Webinar Details

  • Thursday, April 26, 2012
  • 2 :00-3:00 pm EDT (11 am–12 noon PDT)
  • Free to SEPA members and media (subject to verification); $125 non-members. Non-members can participate for free by entering the following discount code: April12-CleanCoalition
  • To register, please visit SEPA’s webinars page.

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