Energy Policy

May 30, 2023

Slipstream and partners to initiate the first energy potential study in Puerto Rico

The energy efficiency market baseline and potential studies will help Puerto Rico transform its energy sector.
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March 28, 2023

Partnering for climate impact with the Inflation Reduction Act

Slipstream wants to partner with state and local governments, community-based organizations, and forward-thinking energy providers to translate the IRA's incredible potential into real impacts.
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November 4, 2022

The 5 biggest industry myths about air-source heat pumps

A manufacturer details the top heat pump myths among program implementers, evaluators, and contractors that get in the way of effective program design.
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October 15, 2022

Inside Chicago's Building Decarbonization Policy Working Group

Slipstream staff give us the inside scoop on the City of Chicago's plan to decarbonize its building stock.
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September 19, 2022

Advanced building policies in Illinois

Slipstream has helped Illinois leaders advance utility energy efficiency support for advanced building policies such as stretch energy codes and building performance standards.
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July 5, 2022

West Virginia v EPA is a setback, but we still have plenty of tools for climate action

The SCOTUS decision is a blow to decarbonization. We still have opportunities to make an impact on climate change.
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May 6, 2022

A technical powerhouse for Wisconsin's clean energy transition: Slipstream to provide expertise to multiple Energy Innovation Grant projects

Slipstream's technical know-how and energy planning expertise will help communities build climate resilience and solidify Wisconsin and its committed communities as leaders in the clean energy transition.
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April 8, 2022

Don't get left behind: Amplify equitable energy finance with IIJA funds

Read our best practices for equitable and impactful distribution as you consider how to apply IIJA funds to expand or establish energy efficiency and renewable energy financing programs.
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February 22, 2022

Good bill gone bad: Amendments to proposed Wisconsin EV bill turn supporters to detractors

A recently proposed electric vehicle (EV) bill in Wisconsin, Senate Bill 573, planned to allow private businesses to sell electricity to drivers at charging stations, which would have helped expand EV charging throughout the state.
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September 29, 2021

Five climate solutions in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

This week Congress is expected to vote on an infrastructure package aimed at addressing the climate crisis, job creation, and social justice.
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