ENERGYPromising Idea for Appalachia’s Future        Appalachia Funders Network               June 7, 2011
MACED works to create economic alternatives          that work for people and places in need in          eastern Kentucky ...
MACED’s Approach to Energy         Analysis    Distress continues    Structural decline in     Coal plus rising     ener...
http://www.post-gazette.com/headlines/20001126appalachiamainnat2.asp
Kentucky Average Retail Electricity Price    10     9     8C    7en                                                    Res...
MACED’s Approach to Energy         Analysis                  Core Strategies    Distress continues             Support ne...
MACED’s Approach to Energy         Analysis                  Core Strategies             Energy Program Areas    Distress...
CAPITALBuild Workforce…..                     Finance Demand….      Energy Entrepreneurship                  Project Finan...
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE/EXAMPLESSupport                                                           ….Supportbusinesses …..    ...
CAPITAL/PILOT PROGRAM/EXAMPLES                              ™         Pilot new ways of providing energy efficiency…..
SUPPORTIVE POLICYDemand through supportive policy…..       …..Advocated for by many actorsRenewable/Efficiency Portfolio S...
Strengthening the Clean Energy Value ChainExisting Energy Supply Chain                                                    ...
Jeff Fugate(859) 986-2373jfugate@maced.org
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Gathering 2011 Breakout Sessions - Energy - MACED's Approach to Energy

  1. 1. ENERGYPromising Idea for Appalachia’s Future Appalachia Funders Network June 7, 2011
  2. 2. MACED works to create economic alternatives that work for people and places in need in eastern Kentucky and Central Appalachia.CAPITAL DEMONSTRATION RESEARCH & POLICY PROJECTS
  3. 3. MACED’s Approach to Energy Analysis  Distress continues  Structural decline in Coal plus rising energy costs present a challenge and opportunity  Clean Energy one of multiple potential growth sectors  Interventions must support both supply and demand Ver. May 13, 2011
  4. 4. http://www.post-gazette.com/headlines/20001126appalachiamainnat2.asp
  5. 5. Kentucky Average Retail Electricity Price 10 9 8C 7en Residentialt 6s Commercial Industrialp 5e All Sectorsr 4KW 3H 2 1 0
  6. 6. MACED’s Approach to Energy Analysis Core Strategies  Distress continues Support new job opportunities related to EE/RE  Structural decline in with capital and technical assistance Coal plus rising energy costs present a * challenge and Create examples of EE/RE opportunity that result in positive economic outcomes for enterprises and residents in  Clean Energy one of the region. multiple potential growth sectors * Pilot programs that support  Interventions must the growth of energy support both supply efficiency at scale. and demand * Grow demand for clean energy through supportive policy. Ver. May 13, 2011
  7. 7. MACED’s Approach to Energy Analysis Core Strategies Energy Program Areas  Distress continues Support new job opportunities related to EE/RE Enterprise Development  Structural decline in with capital and technical assistance Coal plus rising energy costs present a * challenge and Create examples of EE/RE ™ opportunity that result in positive economic outcomes for enterprises and residents in  Clean Energy one of the region. multiple potential growth sectors * Pilot programs that support  Interventions must the growth of energy support both supply efficiency at scale. and demand * Grow demand for clean energy through supportive policy. Ver. May 13, 2011
  8. 8. CAPITALBuild Workforce….. Finance Demand…. Energy Entrepreneurship Project Financing Business Loans Loans to Businesses & Institutions for R/EE Improvements - - Professional Certification Residential Solar Thermal - - Equipment Microloans Grocery Refrigeration ….while retaining assets for local businesses and communities
  9. 9. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE/EXAMPLESSupport ….Supportbusinesses ….. contractors Commercial Energy Improvement Equipment Library Packages Technical Assistance Direct support to & Mentoring business/institutions ….Drive Demand
  10. 10. CAPITAL/PILOT PROGRAM/EXAMPLES ™ Pilot new ways of providing energy efficiency…..
  11. 11. SUPPORTIVE POLICYDemand through supportive policy….. …..Advocated for by many actorsRenewable/Efficiency Portfolio Standard - Feed-in Tariff Demonstrates commitment - Sends signal to entrepreneurs & investors - Place-based
  12. 12. Strengthening the Clean Energy Value ChainExisting Energy Supply Chain Residential, Commercial, &Coal Coal-fired power Distribution coops, Industrial Demandextraction generation by IOUs & EKPC municipals, IOUs for Reliable/ Affordable Power Emerging Clean Energy Value Chain Small but growing consumer demand EE/RE Distribution Energy Builders & for EE/RE Distributed equipment coops, Assessors/ Generation (RE) LMI housing makers municipals, Contractors providers IOUs Context Actors Entrepreneurs Faith-based Environmental Groups Strategies Groups Consumer PSC Gov’t Energy Initiatives State Legislature Examples that Groups inform/change Community colleges Building Codes EKPC Collaborative behavior Entrepreneurship Services Capital Technical Assistance Knowledge Transfer Scalable models Policy Enterprise Energy Efficient How$mart KySEA Development Enterprises Programs
  13. 13. Jeff Fugate(859) 986-2373jfugate@maced.org
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