Stakeholder Engagement & 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.


United States – Brazil | Energy Collaboration

Since 2017, a United States-Brazil partnership between the United States Consulate General in Recife, the Pernambuco Secretary of Environment and Sustainability and the Renewables 100 Policy Institute, in cooperation with the United States Department of State and Department of Commerce, has been advancing knowledge exchange on clean energy best practices, as well as laying 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

European and Western US Grid Operators, Policymakers and Civil Sector Leaders Develop Collaboration & Best Practices

We have long been at the forefront of bringing together California and European grid operators, energy policy leaders, regulators, researchers and non-profit clean energy advocates to learn from one another and exchange experiences regarding transitioning to an electricity grid supply of greenhouse gas-free, renewable sources.

100% Renewable Energy Frontrunners Knowledge Exchange and Collaboration

The Renewables 100 Policy Institute has long been a go-to resource for high level knowledge transfer and cooperation building on transitioning to 100% renewable energy between frontrunner regions like California, Germany, Hawaii, and beyond.

Zero Emissions Vehicles Policy Strategies Working Group

Since 2013, at the bequest of the Office of the Governor of California, the Renewables 100 Policy Institute has been facilitating a bi-coastal working group of policymakers and regulators to identify solutions to challenges, distill best practices and advance policies that accelerate the statewide and national transition to zero emissions transportation.