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December / 2019

Acadia Center

To advance reductions in climate pollution, and transition to clean energy and transportation solutions.

December / 2019

Vermont Public Interest Research and Education Fund

To advance bold climate and clean energy policies for Vermont, including 100 percent renewable energy, mandatory GHG emission targets, expanded efficiency, and electrification of heating and transportation.

December / 2019

Connecticut Fund for the Environment

To ensure Connecticut achieves long-term climate goals by investing in clean distributed energy and efficiency, and accelerating adoption of electric vehicles.

September / 2019

NECEC Institute

To advance growth of the clean energy sector and promote clean energy policies across New England and New York.

June / 2019

Vote Solar

To maximize solar deployment across New England in order to deliver near-term carbon benefits and build long-term political will for a 100 percent clean energy system.

June / 2019

National Wildlife Federation

To ensure that 20,000 megawatts of responsibly developed offshore wind power comes online in New England by 2035, and that the nation’s first offshore wind infrastructure is built and operated by a vibrant local workforce.

June / 2019

Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

To help New England state and local governments establish, expand, and implement strong policies to achieve cost-effective energy efficiency and decarbonization in the building sector.

June / 2018

Vote Solar

To drive solar energy growth in New England by developing, implementing, and expanding foundational solar policies while amplifying public support for clean, local energy.

June / 2018

Energy Consumers Alliance of New England

To accelerate renewable energy development, improve state policy for electric vehicle adoption, and promote energy efficiency and storage.

June / 2018

National Wildlife Federation

To build the political support needed to launch offshore wind power in New England and the Northeast through multistate organizing, strategic communications, and policymaker education.