For Support Of The Clean Energy Program

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  • Date Awarded
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    24 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
The debate between fossil energy interests and advocates for a rapid transition to renewables is particularly intense in the Midwest, which has traditionally been dependent on coal for electricity generation. This grant would support the Natural Resource Defense Council’s work on renewable energy siting and deployment, Clean Air Act implementation that will result in coal-fired power plant retirements, and the careful use of natural gas as a bridge fuel from coal to renewables. The work would focus on Michigan, Illinois, and Ohio, with an additional effort to promote new utility-scale solar plants in the California Desert.
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for China’s equitable low-carbon transition  
To support NRDC in promoting a subnational clean energy transition in Jiangsu Province. The project will reduce Jiangsu’s coal demand by growing local renewable energy development, and advance mechanisms to increase cross-provincial and cross-regional new energy development. (Substrategy: China National Policy)

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