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Green Power Partnership

Green Power Partnership Events and Webinars

Below is a list of upcoming and past events and webinars of potential interest to Green Power Partners and other program stakeholders. EPA hosts webinars on a regular basis that explore a variety of topics, including the Green Power Partnership, green power technologies and products, and information on procuring green power. Presentations, recordings, and other supplemental materials are available.

You can find the Green Power Partnership at many of the following events and conferences.

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And a select number of older webinars that still provide relevant information.

GPP Webinar: State of the Voluntary Green Power Market

Wednesday, March 13, 2019
1:00 PM-2:00 PM EST
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On Wednesday, March 13, 2019, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power Partnership (GPP) will host a webinar examining the state of the green power market within the United States.

This annual webinar will focus primarily on the voluntary market, through which consumers and institutions voluntarily procure renewable energy for all or part of their electricity needs. The webinar will review: 

  • The various green power product options
  • Where these products are available
  • Resource and pricing information
  • The most up-to-date statistics and trends in green power purchasing
  • The continued growth of new green power procurement options, including power purchase agreements (PPAs), community solar programs, and community choice aggregations
  • Spotlight on large green power customers

The presentations draw heavily on the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's recently published Status and Trends in the U.S. Voluntary Green Power Market (PDF) (60 pp, 3MB) as well as the Green Power Partnership's program data.

Speakers:

  • Christopher Kent, Program Manager, U.S. EPA's Green Power Partnership
  • Eric O'Shaughnessy, Renewable Energy Analyst, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) Arbitrage Process

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
1:00 PM-2:00 PM EST

Register today!

On January 17, EPA will host a webinar explaining the process of renewable energy certificate (REC) arbitrage. REC arbitrage is a green power procurement strategy used to simultaneously decrease the cost of renewable electricity use, while still allowing the organization to substantiate renewable electricity use and improve their environmental metrics. Electricity consumers often use this strategy when installing self-financed renewable electricity projects or purchasing renewable electricity directly from a project through a power purchase agreement (PPA). This webinar will explain REC arbitrage and present two case studies.

Presenters:

  • Christopher Kent, Program Manager, U.S. EPA's Green Power Partnership
  • Kevin Hagen, Director Corporate Responsibility, Iron Mountain
  • Jeremy King, Director of Sustainability & Campus Improvement, Denison University

Solar Project Portal Webinar: Guidance for Setting a Renewable Energy Goal

Wednesday, June 27, 2018
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT

Setting clear renewable energy goals and defining priorities are important steps in developing solar projects. On Wednesday June 27, 2018, the U.S. EPA hosted a webinar for the Local Government Solar Project Portal on how to set a renewable energy goal and the key considerations and benefits of doing so. This webinar provided an overview of a new EPA guidance document for local governments on setting renewable energy goals and presented two case studies from the City of Ashland, OR and the City of Orlando, FL. These local governments shared their experiences with other municipalities who are also on a similar journey.

Speakers:

  • Verena Radulovic, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Adam Hanks, Interim City Administrator, City of Ashland, OR
  • Christopher Castro, Director of Sustainability, City of Orlando, FL

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