While the pieces were not all optimized, yet, as the commitment to RE-AMP’s approach has been building, the results of our alignment are being felt. Results: Coal: batting 900 EE: Standards passed in six states. RE: Standards passed in 5 states. Transportation: fuels aiming for fuels with 10% less carbon content by 2015 region-wide.
Leading advocates, with skin in the clean energy game met, state by state, to answer a Prime time survey. We asked them, what’s ready for PrimeTime in 2010, and for any intiative you identify, answer 8 questions. Like, what’s the opportunity? Who will join you in this endeavor? Who is the opposition? Etc. Just the process of getting people together, focused on systemic approach to RE-AMP’s goals is building greater alignment.
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Agenda <ul><li>RE-AMP’s Origin’s </li></ul><ul><li>Overall structure </li></ul><ul><li>Garfield’s role and Rick’s role </li></ul><ul><li>Peer Assist: How to cultivate a commitment to shared learning among RE-AMP funders and thereby inform their grantmaking beyond dedicated pooled funds? </li></ul>
Significant Progress, Multiplying Opportunities Policy success Policy in play State New Coal Stopped Renewable Standards Energy Efficiency Transport Fuels Reduced Miles Driven IL IA MI MN OH WI
2009 Primetime Surveys & RFPs facilitate collaboration in all RE-AMP States Illinois - 9 Iowa - 11 Michigan - 14 Minnesota - 23 North Dakota - 5 South Dakota - 7 Wisconsin - 11 Ohio - 14 # of Orgs participating