WEBINAR - Corporate Renewable Energy Procurement: Does it Help or Hurt Everyone Else?

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Corporate renewable energy is a growing trend—but is it also a growing threat for other customers, or is there room for everyone to benefit? This webinar hosted by AEE will feature three perspectives on how utility renewable energy offerings can work for both participating corporate customers and nonparticipating ratepayers. 


World Resources Institute will provide an overview of the latest trends and developments in utility renewable energy tariffs ("green tariffs") across the country, and AEE Institute will present the findings of a recent paper focused on how to design these programs such that nonparticipants are not adversely impacted. Washington utilities commissioner Ann Rendahl will discuss recent decisions in approving Puget Sound Energy’s Green Direct tariff (allowing large-scale energy customers to subscribe to a slice of a utility-scale renewable energy project) and a special contract with Microsoft (allowing the company to directly purchase energy to power its Redmond, WA campus).

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Related Report:

Making Corporate Renewable Energy Purchasing Work for All Utility Customers:
Design principles for voluntary renewable energy programs

Download this reportVoluntary renewable energy tariffs are quickly emerging as one of the key tools to meet growing corporate renewable energy demand in vertically integrated markets. Participation in renewable energy tariffs has grown steadily over the past five years, and improvements in program design have continued apace. A report from Advanced Energy Economy Institute and a companion policy brief from AEE provide guidance for the design of successful renewable energy programs in regulated markets.

Download the free report >

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Register for the webinar

Corporate renewable energy is a growing trend—but is it also a growing threat for other customers, or is there room for everyone to benefit? This webinar hosted by AEE will feature three perspectives on how utility renewable energy offerings can work for both participating corporate customers and nonparticipating ratepayers. 


World Resources Institute will provide an overview of the latest trends and developments in utility renewable energy tariffs ("green tariffs") across the country, and AEE Institute will present the findings of a recent paper focused on how to design these programs such that nonparticipants are not adversely impacted. Washington utilities commissioner Ann Rendahl will discuss recent decisions in approving Puget Sound Energy’s Green Direct tariff (allowing large-scale energy customers to subscribe to a slice of a utility-scale renewable energy project) and a special contract with Microsoft (allowing the company to directly purchase energy to power its Redmond, WA campus).

Fill out the form on this page to view the webinar.


Related Report:

Making Corporate Renewable Energy Purchasing Work for All Utility Customers:
Design principles for voluntary renewable energy programs

Download this reportVoluntary renewable energy tariffs are quickly emerging as one of the key tools to meet growing corporate renewable energy demand in vertically integrated markets. Participation in renewable energy tariffs has grown steadily over the past five years, and improvements in program design have continued apace. A report from Advanced Energy Economy Institute and a companion policy brief from AEE provide guidance for the design of successful renewable energy programs in regulated markets.

Download the free report >