Top Ten Stories of 2015
Post date: December 29, 2015

Over the past year, we've shared stories with you through our blog, news, and publications.

The stories covered the diversity of our work, from sharing what we learned on visits to groundbreaking energy facilities to legislative updates as we worked to build coalitions around incentives that will support deployment of important energy technologies.

Here are the top 10 most read stories from 2015...

  2. 1. New Paper Highlights State Strategies for Meeting New Federal Carbon Regulations for Power PlantsNew paper lays out options for states to meet proposed requirements under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Power Plan.
  4. 2. Creating "Solar-Ready" Communities. Helping communities engage in the rapidly growing market for solar energy.
  6. 3. Visiting Concentrated Solar Power Facility in the Desert. Part Three of GPI's Renewable Energy and Storage Road Trip.
  8. 4. Former Illinois Commerce Commission Chairman Joins Great Plains Institute. Doug Scott brings a wealth of knowledge and experience on a wide range of energy policy, regulatory and technology issues as Vice President for Strategic Initiatives.
  10. 5. 2015 Minnesota Legislative Session Recap: Bioeconomy Edition. A new financing program for advanced biofuels, renewable chemicals and biomass thermal is now law. Get the final details on the program now that the legislature has adjourned. 
  12. 6. Integrating Clean, Distributed Energy Resources (DER) into the Electric Grid Requires Updated Market Rules. It's time to update market rules to take advantage of the grid benefits of DER.
  14. 7. The Paris Paradox: Climate Fix Seems Both Impossible & Inevitable. Historic agreement is a hopeful reminder that we can still act as one for the common good.
  16. 8. Thank You for Celebrating with Us! GPI's Energy Innovation Celebration brings the community together for an inspiring evening.
  18. 9. National Drive Electric Week Kick-off a Huge Success. Drive Electric Minnesota opens eyes about emissions-free transportation.  
  20. 10. Entering the Utility Age of the Customer. New discussion guide provides unique way to engage utility customers.

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