Policies that accelerate the transition to renewable energy and a modern grid

Our vision

From 2025 onward, at least 25% of all electricity generated from newly added generation capacity in the United States will be from local renewable energy sources.

FOM/WDG procurement

Unleashing California's front-of-meter (FOM), or wholesale distributed generation (WDG), market.

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FOM/WDG interconnection

Fixing the broken interconnection process for commercial-scale solar and storage in California.

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Optimizing policies and market mechanisms

Developing policies and market mechanisms that will optimize the benefits of Community Microgrids.

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Distribution Resources Planning

Establishing a comprehensive, transparent framework to improve distribution system planning.

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Alternatives to gas plants

Showing show that solar+storage can cost-effectively obviate the need for new gas peaker plants.

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Transmission Access Charges Campaign

Fixing the unfair way transmission charges are currently being assessed in most of California.

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Legislative action

Pursuing legislative channels to help bring more clean local energy to California and the rest of the U.S.

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Advanced inverters

Showing that advanced inverters can cost-effectively optimize power quality, system reliability, and economics.

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Recent news

The latest in clean local energy

Learn about our innovative projects and initiatives on our blog, and see what others are reporting about our important work.

The Clean Coalition spreads solar technology through Santa Barbara County

KEYT reports on the Clean Coalition's work in the Santa Barbara region.

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While you were focused on elections, California proposed making it harder to add more solar…

In this op-ed for the San Francisco Chronicle, Executive Director Craig Lewis reports on the updated NEM 3.0 policy proposed by the CPUC.

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This LA-Based Company is Building the First Microgrid Community Where Homes Will Generate Solar Power…

Dot.LA reports on a Microgrid Community being built by KB Home and the Clean Coalition's supportive comments.

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