Be Part of Clean Edge’s Multi-Client Utility Clean Energy Research Project

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January 31, 2012

Join Clean Edge’s Utility Clean Energy Leadership Index

Clean Edge is seeking multi-client participants for the Utility Clean Energy Leadership Index, a first-of-its-kind research project on the clean-energy activities of the top utilities and independent power producers (IPPs) in the U.S. This groundbreaking research will acquire data directly from utilities and others, and be the go-to resource for understanding the investments and developments across the clean-energy landscape. Learn more about the project and multi-client participation. Interested parties must sign up by March 01, 2012.

The Utility Index will comprehensively cover the clean-technology activities of leading utilities including Arizona Public Service, Austin Energy, Florida Power and Light, Pacific Gas & Electric, Portland General Electric, PPL, Progress Energy, and many others.

Select target indicators include:

Clean Electricity Generation/Capacity (Solar, Wind, Geothermal, Hydro, and Biomass)
Distributed Power Generation
Planned Clean Energy Generation
Strategy for Meeting Goals & Requirements (RECs, PPA, Own and Operate, etc.)
Energy Storage Capacity
Smart Meter Deployment
Net Metering Energy Displacement & Customers
Load Management Energy Savings
Energy-Efficiency Energy Savings & Expenditures
Green Pricing Electricity Revenue & Customers
Grants, Rebates, & Loans
Performance Based Incentives
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations


The Utility Index will provide an unequalled view into the deployment of clean-energy technologies. ESCOS, multinationals, government agencies, clean-tech companies, and non-profits can use the rich data and insights from the research for a variety of important applications including:

Go-to-market strategies
Optimization of services to utility and IPP clients
Best practices for strategy and planning
Tracking of key industry developments and performance


Clean Edge is accepting partner organizations for the multi-client study through March 1. Participating organizations will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the research scope and data collection process. Multi-client participants will have exclusive early access to the private data set and analysis as well as custom services such as presentations and advisory time. Participation starts at $15,000 and includes 10 seats. Learn more by viewing the Utility Index summary (PDF).

To discuss joining the project, or to access more information, please contact:

Bryce Yonker
Director, Business Development
[email protected]