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A Shared Vision of the 21st Century Grid

Joint Renewable Grid Vision Statement coverEight national business groups representing the diverse spectrum of renewable energy technologies released a first-of-its-kind joint statement outlining a positive vision for the future of America’s power grid.

In “A Shared Vision of the 21st Century Grid,” the groups highlight mutual support for market structures that appropriately value new and existing technologies, tax policy continuity and parity for all renewable technologies, and the expansion and modernization of the electrical grid to support the proper operation and integration of clean power sources.


ACORE Comments on the Proposed CEIP

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ACORE's comments in response to the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Proposed Design Details for the Clean Energy Incentive Program, as part of the Agency’s Clean Power Plan to regulate emissions from existing stationary sources.


Beyond Renewable Integration: The Energy Storage Value Proposition

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Energy storage will play a key role in transforming the grid by allowing for a more flexible and efficient electricity system. In order to achieve this transformation, policymakers and industry stakeholders should improve their understanding of the potential full value of storage and how it can be quantified and monetized to drive adoption. 


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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Corporate Renewable Energy Procurement Industry Insights

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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.

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Driving Growth in a New Policy Landscape

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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.

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