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PACE volunteers donate thousands of hours every year to work on clean energy issues.
PACE has aggregated millions of bits of energy data into one of the largest energy data sets in the state.
PACE works at the community level to provide no-cost consultations and assistance with clean energy campaigns.
PACE has created dozens of educational materials related to solar, energy efficiency, incentives, heat pumps, and more.
PACE has partnered with government agencies, local groups, organizations, and even national organizations on energy-related initiatives.
Data analysis is at the core of good decision making and planning. PACE is working to help CT analyze energy data.
PACE is working with a leader in greenhouse gas assessment to determine if the PACE model can be used as first step in calculating such measurments.
PACE has created a template for the vehicle portion of an energy dashboard.
PACE team members regularly participate and provide feedback in state level energy-related sessions and meetings.
PACE is working with other groups to draft language related to various energy legislative initiatives.
In 2023, PACE began work to create a connection between the CT Energy Network and the CT Councils of Government.
PACE offers towns a no-cost energy modelling service that provides total energy consumption for all vehicles and buildings in a town.
Though the CT legislature did not take significant action on energy issues in the 2023 session, PACE has been gearing up for a more successful 2024 session.
ACCESS FOR ALL
PACE is working to ensure that all CT residents have access to the energy data needed to make informed decisions on energy-related issues.
PACE partnered with the CT Energy Network, Clean Water Action, and others to provide a series of webinars in 2023.
We recently learned that the PACE solar canopy study was used to support successful legislation in California and also of interest to folks in Israel.
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