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Fighting for Cleaner, Cheaper Energy Through Distributed Generation
by Jerry Elmer

CLF is taking an active role in the newly-created Distributed Generation Forecast Working Group (DGFWG) of the Independent System Operator-New England (ISO-NE). The ISO-NE is the operator of the New England electricity grid.  You can read the background on CLF’s on-going work with ISO-NE. What is Distributed Generation? Distributed Generation (DG) is small, local, electricity-generation facilities; DG…

Gridding Up – Cleaner Energy Ahead
by Sandy Levine

A version of this article first appeared in the Sunday August 11 edition of the Rutland Herald /Times Argus. A cleaner energy future looks bright. It means less pollution, lower costs and better service. Getting there takes some work. It’s a pretty good bet that a cleaner energy future includes lots more “distributed generation” and fewer…

Generating Clean Energy and Efficiency Across Massachusetts
by Liz Carver

How does a community balance the potential costs of siting clean energy projects with the economic benefits they provide? What are the local economic realities of hosting distributed clean energy generation facilities and energy efficiency projects in a community? CLF Ventures explored these questions and others in a recent webinar we co-sponsored with the Massachusetts…