The Southeast Climate and Energy Network (SCEN) stands as the largest regional collaborative of clean energy and climate change advocates and organizations in the region. With nearly 200 member organizations and advocates working from Chesapeake Bay to the Gulf Coast and from Appalachia to the Everglades, the mission of the Southeast Climate & Energy Network is strategic coordination among organizations in the Southeast to secure fair, just and science-based climate and energy policies.
Click here for more information on SCEN activities.
Since 2015, EMV Energy has partnered with Georgia Tech Climate and Energy Policy Laboratory to support a series of workshops on the Clean Power Plan, Getting to 100% Clean Energy, and Choosing Our Energy Future. EMV Energy has supported Georgia Tech's modeling efforts evaluating regional compliance scenarios under a variety of economic and environmental policy futures, including an analysis that evaluates the impact that state and local policy choices have on consumer utility bills in states and regions across the US. Current activity is focused on developing analysis of jobs creation of energy efficiency supply chains.
Workshop videos, presentations and resources can be found by clicking on links below:
The Clean Power Plan and Beyond
Choosing Our Energy Future
Choosing Our Energy Future II
Acheiving Environmental Compliance
Southeast Clean Power Plan Bill Analysis (NRDC Blog)
EMVEnergy is a proud member of Tennessee Solar Energy Industries Association. TenneSEIA (Tennessee Solar Energy Industries Association) is the state chapter for the national Solar Energy Industries Association, and represents the interest of the solar energy industry in Tennessee. The mission of TenneSEIA is to make solar energy a mainstream energy source and realize the full potential of the solar industry in Tennessee.
Tennessee is well positioned to emerge as the national leader in the new energy economy, with the solar industry supply chain leading the way. Some exciting facts about the solar industry in Tennessee; Tennessee ranks 6th in overall solar PV manufacturing and produces about 10% of all solar modules in the United States.
Highlights from Solar Jobs Census 2016:
October 2017 - EMV Energy Research with Georgia Tech featured in Energy Policy Journal.
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