Resources

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Speaker Series and Publications

List of links to Selected NECO & COSSA Presentations and Publications

Additional Resources

Support New Energy Colorado, Solar CitiSuns, and Green Homes Tours just through your everyday purchasing.

 

Link Your King Soopers Loyalty Card to NECO:

 

  1. After receiving your loyalty card, go to www.kingsoopers.com. Scroll to the bottom of the page and under the Community section, click on “KingSoopers Community Rewards” and then click on the “Enroll Now” button

  2. Sign in to your loyalty reward account.

  3. You should automatically be taken to the Community Rewards page, but if not, select “Community Rewards” tab on the left side of the page. 

  4. In the box under “Find an Organization”, input the code “SV462” This is the code for NECO. Click “search”. Your search results will show a box that says New Energy Colorado. 

  5. Click “enroll”. Your purchases are now automatically linked to NECO!  

Link Amazon to NECO using Amazon Smiles

 

Sign in to smile.amazon.com on your desktop or mobile browser. Select a charitable organization to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Then every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation. For more information, visit AmazonSmile Org Central.

 

Once setup, when you log in, you will now automatically go to Amazon Smile with all of your account info. (different color scheme)   If not logged into to Amazon Smile (vs Amazon), then you are not donating.

COSSA

Colorado Solar and Storage Association resources on solar initiatives in Colorado.

 

Distributed Solar Generation Policy and Rate Design (Vote Solar)

Guide for regulatory policies and electric rate designs to enable the growth of distributed solar generation and related innovative ‘behind­the­meter’ technologies.

 

Easing the Transition to a More Distributed Energy System

(Interstate Renewable Energy Council) This report offers five approaches for state utility regulators to allow for a more modern electricity grid that enables a cleaner energy future.

 

Green Tariff Shared Renewables Net Benefits Assessment (Clean Coalition)
Presentation to California Public Utilities Commission on net benefits of distributed energy resources and policy guidance to realize benefits in Distributed Resource Plan.

 

Lower­-Income Solar Policy Guide
The guide offers policy options to allow solar to address some of the greatest challenges faced by lower­income communities: the high cost of housing, unemployment, and pollution.

 

Powering Forward: Presidential and Executive Agency Actions to Drive Clean Energy in America (Center for a New Energy Economy)
Report containing more than 200 new ideas for presidential action to address climate change and the nation’s transition to clean energy.

 

RMI Outlet (Rocky Mountain Institute)
This blog explores topics critical to RMI's mission to drive the efficient and restorative use of resources.

 

The Sharing Utility: Enabling and Rewarding Utility Performance, Service, and Value in a Distributed Energy Age
Presentation by Karl Rabago, Executive Director of Pace Energy and Climate Center at Pace Law School, to Solar Power Colorado 2016 conference regarding state of electric utilities and possibilities for a transformed, “sharing utility” model. 

 

Solar Energy: Where Are We Headed? (COSSA and Vote Solar)
Presentation to University of Denver class on history of solar in Colorado, current state of the industry, upcoming issues, and transformation of the utility model.