LEADERSHIP EDUCATION

A reliable, cost-effective, equitable and sustainable renewable energy future needs informed leaders at every level of society to help create it.

We help by:

bringing together key players and frontrunners from across sectors to exchange knowledge, strengthen strategic relationships and solve problems.

making sure opinion leaders and decision makers have the most up to date, accurate data and analysis.

sharing 100% renewable energy related solutions with the community at large.

Examples:

United States – Brazil | Energy Collaboration

A United States-Brazil partnership between the United States Consulate General in Recife, the Pernambuco Secretary of Environment and Sustainability, and the non-profit Renewables 100 Policy Institute has been forged to advance knowledge exchange on clean energy best practices, as well as to lay the groundwork to demonstrate lessons learned on the island of Fernando de Noronha, a World Heritage Site off the coast of Pernambuco, Brazil.

Energy Regions in Transition – EU-California Tour 2015

European Grid Operators, Policymakers and Civil Sector Leaders Tour California to Develop Collaboration & Best Practices

In October 2015, a Delegation of European grid operators, energy policy leaders, regulators, researchers and non-profit clean energy advocates visited California to learn about how the state is handling its transition to 50+% renewable electricity and to exchange experiences regarding transitioning to an electricity grid supply of greenhouse gas-free, renewable sources.

Germany ­- California Learning and Collaboration Tour 2014

In March 2014, the Renewables 100 Policy Institute, in collaboration with several foundations, research institutions, government offices, and others, organized a tour to Germany by top level California grid operators and energy regulators to meet with their

Plug-in Electric Vehicles Financing Strategies Workshop

On February 1, 2013, over 120 key stakeholders gathered at Golden Gate University in San Francisco for a workshop focused on outlining the scope of investment opportunities throughout the Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) sector, identifying barriers and obstacles to capitalization, and discussing how policy initiatives might support PEV financing mechanisms. Renewables 100 Policy Institute helped organize the event, which was sponsored by the Offices of the California Governor and Treasurer and the California PEV Collaborative.