Co-Chairs of the Renewable Thermal Collaborative’s Community Benefits Advisory Board Appointed to Support Equitable Thermal Energy Transition

Co-Chairs of the Renewable Thermal Collaborative’s Community Benefits Advisory Board Appointed to Support Equitable Thermal Energy Transition January 29, 2024 (Washington, DC) – Trina Mallik, Vice President for Global Programs at the Institute for Sustainable Communities, and Thom Kay, Program Manager for Energy Transition at the […]

New Report Highlights the Role Thermal Batteries Can Play in the Clean Energy Transition

For Immediate Release October 5, 2023 New Report Highlights the Role Thermal Batteries Can Play in the Clean Energy Transition The Renewable Thermal Collaborative Report Provides Considerations for Accelerating Decarbonization of Industrial Heat with Electricity-Powered Thermal Batteries WASHINGTON, D.C. – Electricity-powered thermal batteries have the […]

Renewable Thermal Collaborative Statement on DOE $6 Billion Industrial Decarbonization Funding Announcement

Today’s funding announcement marks a turning point in the conversation about industrial decarbonization. The Department of Energy’s (DOE) funding is designed to leverage 50% cost-sharing from manufacturers: these combined resources will help companies deploy scalable decarbonization solutions that will help make U.S. manufacturing more competitive and provide meaningful benefits to local communities. This is a transformational model, and we’re already seeing companies looking at the opportunities this partnership will enable.

White House Announcement Reinforces the Importance of RTC’s Research and Heat Pumps 

Contact: Blaine Collison, RTC Executive Director, 202-669-5950, blaine@renewablethermal.org Arlington, VA – The Renewable Thermal Collaborative (RTC) applauds today’s announcement by the White House announcing its intent to use $250 million to enable more heat pump manufacturing in America, using Defense Production Act authorities and funded […]