The Energy Resilience and Efficiency Working Group

Created by the Climate Solutions Now Act in 2022, The Energy Resilience and Efficiency Working Group​ is primarily composed of representatives of electric energy companies and will focus on energy infrastructure improvements, transmission efficiency and battery backups.​ 

  • Advise the commission on issues and opportunities related to energy infrastructure improvements, transmission efficiency improvement, and battery backup viability; and 
  • Conduct a study of: 
    •       ​Methods for the state to encourage electricity storage technology research;                
    •       Methods of increasing the security of the electricity grid by supporting distributed renewable energy projects and energy storage with the potential to supply electric energy to critical facilities during widespread power outage;
    •        Potential electric grid distribution transformation projects;
    •       ​​ The potential to develop clean energy resources on previously developed project sites; and
    •        The lifespan and viability of energy facilities in the state that do not emit Greenhouse Gas, including:

      ​​​​​​​​1. Solar energy generating facilities
      2. Nuclear energy generating facilities
      3. Wind energy generating facilities
      4. Geothermal energy generating facilities
      5. Hydroelectric energy generating facilities
      6. Biofuel energy generating facilities

In accordance with § 2–1257 of the state government article, ​the Working Group shall report to the Commission and the General Assembly, on the findings of the study on or before December 31, 2023


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