New Report Highlights the Role Green Hydrogen Can Play in Industrial Decarbonization

Deloitte Report Prepared for the Renewable Thermal Collaborative and World Wildlife Fund Provides Considerations for Scaling Green Hydrogen for Industrial Heat Applications WASHINGTON, D.C. – Apr. 25, 2023 — Green hydrogen has a unique and critical role to play in decarbonizing hard to abate sectors according to the Green Hydrogen Technology Assessment released today by Deloitte and World Wildlife Fund […]

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.

REPORT: New Analysis Shows Pathways to Cut U.S. Industrial Emissions by More Than Half

Contact: Blaine Collison, RTC Executive Director, 202-669-5950,, or Evan Carlson, WWF Communications Manager, . Arlington, VA – A new study by the Renewable Thermal Collaborative (RTC) unveiled this morning will help US industry to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by more than half by 2050—a 13% reduction in total US emissions. The analysis behind the study was conducted […]

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

Contact: Blaine Collison, RTC Executive Director, 202-669-5950, 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 by the Inflation Reduction Act. The action by the White House aligns with and starts […]

Renewable Thermal Collaborative Wins $10 Million 2030 Climate Challenge

Washington, D.C. (June 22, 2021) — Today, the Renewable Thermal Collaborative (RTC) was announced as the winner of the 2030 Climate Challenge – a competition hosted by Lever for Change to advance climate change solutions in the industrial, building, or transportation sectors. The RTC will deploy the Challenge’s $10 million prize to scale the use of renewable thermal energy in […]

The Renewable Thermal Collaborative announces new initiative for global brands to share the challenge of decarbonizing heat

Washington, D.C. (March 11, 2021) — Today, the Renewable Thermal Collaborative (RTC) announced a new global initiative focused on helping thermal energy users work together to address shared challenges and accelerate thermal decarbonization efforts. “This new effort reflects RTC members’ ambitious goals around renewable thermal and their commitment to collaborating on solutions,” said Blaine Collison, the RTC’s Executive Director. “This […]

Wisconsin Joins the Renewable Thermal Collaborative, Furthers Action to Meet State Climate Goals

Today the Renewable Thermal Collaborative (RTC) welcomes the Wisconsin Office of Energy Innovation (OEI) as its newest member. As part of the RTC, the OEI will be joining a coalition of manufacturers, state and local governments, and environmental organizations committed to increasing options for access to sustainable, cost-competitive renewable thermal energy. As of 2016, Wisconsin’s energy spending deficit was $14.4 […]

Stanley Black & Decker signs the Renewable Thermal Collaborative’s Buyers’ Statement, furthers commitment of renewable energy use and lower greenhouse gas emissions

WASHINGTON, D.C. (December 15, 2020) — Stanley Black & Decker is the latest organization to sign on to the Renewable Thermal Collaborative’s (RTC) Buyers’ Statement, furthering their commitment to renewable thermal energy use and continued efforts to lower overall greenhouse gas emissions. By becoming a signatory, Stanley Black & Decker will be joining a coalition of 21 other global organizations, […]

Companies and Institutions Call for More Renewable Thermal Options

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 20, 2019 CONTACT: Isabel Harrison, David Gardiner and Associates 703-717-5501, New statement sends powerful signal to market about large buyers’ demand for clean energy BALTIMORE — Companies, cities, and institutions supporting the Renewable Thermal Collaborative today issued the Renewable Thermal Buyers’ Statement at the Climate Leadership Conference. By signing on to the Statement, a wide range of […]

Renewable Thermal Collaborative named as Organization to Watch in 2019 “State of Green Business” report

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 5, 2019 CONTACT: Isabel Harrison, David Gardiner and Associates 703-717-5501, Melanie Gade, World Wildlife Fund 202-495-4143, February 5, 2019 — The Renewable Thermal Collaborative has been named an “Organization to Watch” by GreenBiz Group in the 2019 edition of its annual “State of Green Business” report. Each year, the report looks at 10 key […]