An Urgent Case for Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy

Thank you to everyone who joined us for this conversation about how we begin to focus clean energy advocacy toward solving the most urgent issues of our time. If 2020 has taught us one thing, it’s that the time for incrementalism has passed. We need swift action to right the ship and accelerate progress on […]

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How Soils Can Help Solve the Climate Crisis

Thank you to everyone who joined this conversation with experts from the soil sciences and regenerative agriculture about the potential of soil carbon sequestration. The discussion included how soil carbon sequestration through regenerative farming practices can increase food production, raise farmer profitability, and drawdown atmospheric carbon. The panel also discussed the barriers to widespread adoption […]

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Smart DERs – The Missing Link

Thank you to our panel and everyone who joined the Smart DERs – The Missing Link webinar! The panel discussed how smart DERs are necessary to sufficiently expand the grid’s hosting capacity for renewables. With the advent of smart inverters, standardized around California’s Rule 21, the technical capabilities exist to allow DERs to provide a […]

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Race & Energy Webinar II

Thank you to everyone who joined the second webinar in our Race & Energy series! We were thrilled to have our distinguished panelists join us again to continue this conversation. The panel will take a deeper dive into the issues surrounding race and how it impacts energy affordability, and specifically, why we should consider race […]

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Race & Energy – A Pecan Street Webinar

Thanks to everyone who joined our discussion on race and energy on June 30th. Our distinguished panelists discussed how race impacts energy affordability, equality of opportunity to participate in emerging clean energy programs and markets, and models for how to design equitable energy programs. A recording of the webinar is posted below.

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