Clean Power & Industrial Efficiency
Formerly known as the regional Clean Energy Application Centers (CEACs) provides technical support to about 1,300 CHP projects in Fiscal Years 2009-2015. Of those projects, more than 280 are currently under development or online, with an estimated installed capacity of 2.3 GW. DOE’s seven CHP TAPs continue to provide support today.
The CHP Association (CHPA) brings together diverse market interests to promote the growth of clean and efficient local energy generation in the United States.
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, acts as a catalyst to advance energy efficiency policies, programs, technologies, investments, and behaviors with the belief that the U.S. can harness the full potential of energy efficiency to achieve greater economic prosperity, energy security, and environmental protection for all its people.
ASHRAE advances the arts and sciences of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world.
GTM provides information resources for market research, industry news, and events in the global electricity sector.
The Bloomberg New Energy Finance resource provides data and reports including notes, commentaries, and forecasts yearly for the financial and technological trends influencing emerging energy updates.
Utility Dive provides industry news updates relating to energy and power generation, transmission & distribution, solar & renewables, energy storage, efficiency & demand response, distributed energy, regulation & policy, technology, and corporate news.
SEIA acts as the national trade association for the US to educate the public and represent organizations that are dedicated to the solar energy industry.
SEPA is a non-profit organization that focuses on research and education of clean energy including solar energy, energy storage, demand response, and technology.
Solar Industry Magazine provides the latest news & updates and featured events relating to the solar energy industry.
SolarPro is a publication dedicated to the solar industry market. Posts to this resource include information surrounding design & installation, products & equipment, operations & maintenance, and business & finance.
Home Power is a great resource for individuals and families interested in incorporating solar, wind, and hydro-electric technologies into their own homes.
Volume I of SEPA’s Solar Fundamentals discusses Photovoltaics and Concentrated Solar Power technologies, Balance of System (BOS), Solar Irradiance, and Siting Considerations.
Volume II of SEPA’s Solar Fundamentals discusses research and reports of Solar, Demand Response, Energy Storage, and other Enabling Technologies.
Energy Sage’s “About Solar” resource is wonderful source of consumer information on Solar PV.
DSIRE, the Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy & Efficiency, is the most comprehensive source of information on incentives and policies that support renewables and energy efficiency at the federal, state, local, and utility levels.
EDTA is an association that works to support electric driving. Members of EDTA include vehicle and equipment manufacturers, energy companies, technology developers, component suppliers, government agencies, etc.
Fleets & Fuels offers industry resources and current events on clean transportation and alternative fuels including biodiesel, electric, ethanol, hybrids, hydrogen, natural gas, and propane.
This resource provides news content relating to alternative technologies of the transportation industry for fleet managers and other transportation stakeholders.
Green Fleet is a publication that discusses news and legislation surrounding operations/infrastructure, vehicles/equipment, biofuels, clean diesel, propane autogas, electric, gasoline, hybrids, hydrogen, and natural gas.
Government Fleet manages the public sector of vehicles & equipment for research, fuel, procurement, green fleet, telematics, software, safety, remarketing, funding, police, and vans.
This data center provides information, data, and maps related to alternative and advanced fuel transportation technologies.
Fuel What Matters is a program that aims to pair NC citizens with the education and practices of transportation technology to help improve air quality while being cost efficient and reducing foreign energy dependence.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy program provides citizens with information on how to find their clean city coalition group to make an impact locally.