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AJP SEARUC 2016

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Mary Collins

on 11 June 2017

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Transcript of AJP SEARUC 2016

American Jobs Project
Kate Ringness
Public's Policy Priorities for 2016?
Congress is viewed worse than:
Congress
Congress
Congress
Congress
Congress
Root Canal
Lice
Colonoscopies
Carnies
Traffic Jams
58% - 31%
67% - 19%
56% - 32%
39% - 31%
56% - 34%
Congress
Meth Labs
Genghis Khan
Congress
60% - 21%
41% - 37%
Distributed Policy
Creating Energy Jobs - One State At A Time
States Must Adopt Baseline Policies in the Power Sector, e.g.:
Strong Renewable Portfolio Standards
Robust Energy Efficiency Standards
What Can States Do to Encourage Advanced Energy Job Creation?
Upgrade local infrastructure
See more policies at:
http://americanjobsproject.us/search-policies/

Two Technologies Per State
Bonus Consideration for a Carbon Market
Include Demand Response / Energy Storage
States Must Adopt Baseline Policies In The Building Sector, e.g.:
Decoupling
The Latest Building Codes
PACE Or Other Efficiency Financing
Incentives for EV Purchases
(Like ZEV States)
States Must Adopt Baseline Policies In The Transportation Sector, e.g.:
Incentives for Charging Stations
Fleet Purchases of EVs
Innovation Ecosystem
To Create A Successful Advanced Energy Industrial Cluster, States Should Consider Policies That Enhance:
Access to Capital

Focus on Jobs!
Innovation Ecosystem
To Create A Successful Clean Energy Industrial Cluster, States Must Consider Policies That Enhance:
Permit Streamlining
Workforce Development
Access to Capital
To Create A Successful Advanced Energy Industrial Cluster, States Must Consider Policies That Enhance:
To Create A Successful Advanced Energy Industrial Cluster, States Should Consider Policies That Enhance:
Brookings
Advanced Energy Workforce Development
NYC.gov
Permit Streamlining
To Create A Successful Advanced Energy Industrial Cluster, States Should Consider Policies That Enhance:
US Chamber of Commerce
Pew Research Center
George Shulz?
John Podesta?
Our Next President?
Whoever
she
is...
PART 2 of Challenge:
State-Specific
Industrial Clusters
Increase demand for advanced energy
Proactively plan for transmission needs
Building an Economic Cluster
Michigan
12,000
Colorado
13,000
Iowa
18,000
Pennsylvania
11,600
Nevada
28,000
Florida
98,500
North Carolina
19,000
Georgia
24,000
Virginia
19,000
Ohio
26,000
Sample Policy Recommendation
1 of 25
Sample Policy Recommendation
1 of 25
Michigan
Iowa
Florida
Pennsylvania
North Carolina
Georgia
Nevada
Virginia
Batteries
Solar
Wind
Solar
Smart Buildings
Solar
Energy Efficiency
Solar
Offshore Wind
Composite Materials
Biogas
Utility-Scale Batteries
Solar
Smart Buildings
Solar
Biofuels
Ohio
Additive
Manufacturing
Wind
Colorado
Wind
Solar
Virginia
North Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Offshore Wind
Utility-Scale Batteries
Energy Efficiency and Smart Buildings
Solar
250,000+ Jobs/year
Reserve 50% of REC purchases
from renewable energy connected
to an electric grid serving VA
Enhance Cost Recovery
Evaluate Feasibility of Batteries
Allow Different Models of
Investing in New Technology
Revenue Decoupling

Dynamic Rate Structure
Community Solar

Ensure Clear Net Metering Rules
Create regulatory and legislative STABILITY
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