New Energy and Transition Resources

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E.g., 10/2017

Clean Energy Collaborative Charter

East Kentucky Power, KFTC, et al

The Clean Energy Collaborative 1-pager

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

A 1-page handout that's an overview of the Clean Energy Collaborative of which KFTC is a part with other allies, the East Kentucky Power Cooperative, and the 16 rural electric cooperatives served by EKPC.

KFTC's Platform of Rural Electric Cooperative Reforms

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

This .pdf contains KFTC's platform of the reforms we're working toward in the rural electric cooperatives. This platform was developed by KFTC members and approved by KFTC's Steering Committee in 2010.

Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency

Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency

This database has information about renewable and efficiency programs in all 50 states. Click here to visit the site.

North Carolina REPS

North Carolina Utilities Commission

North Carolina has adopted a Renewable and Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS). Click here to learn more.

Ohio's Advanced Energy Plan

Ohio Department of Development

Ohio has embraced what it calls "Advanced Energy." Click here to read about Ohio's commitment.

Kentucky Solar Energy Society

Kentucky Solar Energy Society

Kentucky Solar Energy Society includes solar professionals, engineers, concerned citizens, educators, goatherders, lawyers, government officials and utility company representatives. All want to make Kentucky stronger, healthier, more productive and more secure through energy efficiency and renewable energy.Click here to visit their website.

Kentucky Solar Partnership

Kentucky Solar Partnership

The Kentucky Solar Partnership is a project of Appalachia - Science in the Public Interest to give voice to members of our community who want the use of solar energy to flourish in our state. Click to visit their website.

New Power Video: Elijah and Guylaine Collett

KFTC

Elijah and Guylaine Collette started adding solar panels in 2000 and now have a large array at their home in Leslie County.

New Power Video: Matt Partymiller

KFTC

Solar installer Matt Partymiller came home to Kentucky to start his own business. In this video he talks about the need for state incentives to help renewable energy installers grow a market here.

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