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Clean Coalition releases Module 2: Establishing CLEAN Contracts Prices of the Local CLEAN Program Guide

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  • Mircalla Wozniak
    Hello Clean Energy Advocates, The Clean Coalition announces today the release of *Module 2: Establishing CLEAN Contracts Prices* of the Local CLEAN Program
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 13, 2011
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      Hello Clean Energy Advocates,

      The Clean Coalition announces today the release of Module 2: Establishing CLEAN Contracts Prices of the Local CLEAN Program Guide.  The Guide is a comprehensive how-to guide for communities and utilities across the nation to evaluate, design, and enact Clean Local Energy Accessible Now (CLEAN) Programs based on global best practices for ramping cost-effective renewables and reaping the associated economic benefits.  The Guide draws from tremendously successful CLEAN Programs in the United States, such as the Gainesville, FL program and the soon-to-be operational CLEAN Programs that the Clean Coalition helped design in Fort Collins, CO and Palo Alto, CA. 

       

      Module 2 of the Guide provides a roadmap for establishing fixed prices for CLEAN Contracts.  Since pricing effects both the types and amounts of renewable energy that will be deployed, as well as the timeframes of those deployments, the pricing is a critical step in designing CLEAN Programs.  Module 2 removes the mystery of establishing fixed prices by illuminating the both potential approaches: value-based pricing based on avoided costs and cost-based pricing based on deployment costs. 

       

      Please visit http://www.clean-coalition.org/local-action/ to freely download the Local CLEAN Program Guide.  If you would like to become a local advocate for deploying a CLEAN Program in your community, please email LocalGuide@....  The remaining five modules of the Guide will be released throughout the fall. 


      Sign-up on the Clean Coalition website (www.clean-coalition.org) to receive the Clean Coalition monthly newsletter and to be notified when the additional modules are ready for release.  Our September newsletter is also available for download on our site here: http://www.clean-coalition.org/e-newsletters/

      Mircalla Wozniak, Communications and Marketing Director
      Making Clean Local Energy Accessible Now
      235 Montgomery Street, Suite 630
      San Francisco, CA 94104
      202.905.9696 Cell
      www.clean-coalition.org



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