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

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Electrification Action Plan

The Renewable Thermal Collaborative’s Electrification Action Plan lays out an ambitious, multi-year strategy to address barriers to electrification. It provides a vision for the priority market, policy, and community actions that will drive the RTC towards its goal of a 30% reduction in U.S. industrial

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Partnership Workshops, Winter 2024

On February 7 & 8, the RTC held virtual Partnership Workshops consisting of curated, one-to-one networking between RTC Members and Solutions Providers. These workshops built on the program from the RTC’s Pilot Projects Workshops in May 2023. The workshops allowed RTC Members to conduct a

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RTC Statement on Proposed Rules for the Section 45X Tax Credit

The following statement may be attributed to RTC Executive Director Blaine Collison: “The Renewable Thermal Collaborative supports the Department of Treasury’s proposed rules defining eligible battery modules for the Section 45X Advanced Manufacturing Production Credit, announced on December 14. These rules would allow thermal energy storage – also

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RTC Summit 2023

Thank you to everyone who joined us in Washington, DC in October 2023 for our fourth annual Renewable Thermal Collaborative Summit! The event occurred on October 19 & 20, 2023, at the Park Hyatt hotel in Washington, DC. It facilitated connections among attendees from large

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RTC Justice40 Opportunity Assessment

The Renewable Thermal Collaborative’s (RTC) membership includes industrial manufacturing companies, non-profits, institutions, and governments with footprints and thermal energy needs throughout the United States. Strategies to decarbonize industrial heat vary greatly from location to location, depending in part on the availability of policy support and

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