POLICY & REGULATORY ANALYSIS
As governments strengthen environmental policies, set climate goals, and fund developments in clean energy and technology, organizations that stay abreast of new changes will have the most successful impact and growth. But policies vary widely across the country, reflecting different state or regional priorities, and that's where we come in. Diane Cherry Consulting serves as your guide through the rapidly changing environment and energy landscape.
We analyze policy proposals around legislation, economic incentives, and market changes; author whitepapers; organize convenings to facilitate dialogue, and; develop best practices so that you can meet renewable energy, climate, environmental justice, and other related goals.
Working with Leyline Renewable Capital to connect capital with project developers across clean energy technologies
Working with Camp Lejeune and the UNC Charlotte Energy Production & Infrastructure Center to complete a global energy resilience study for the base. Military bases have focused on fossil fuels for years, with legacy systems that need converting to newer technologies. With newer technology, bases bolster their energy resilience to natural disasters and unplanned outages
Developed a carbon neutrality and renewable energy action plan for the City of Durham, N.C. with the engineering team at GDS Associates, Inc
Assisted energy storage developer, Able Grid Energy Solutions, on market opportunities in the Southeastern United States
Wrote a monthly newsletter on environmental and energy policy for more than 2,000 subscribers with a 30 percent open rate, while at North Carolina State University
We regularly update our blog with policy insights and current events. Click below to learn more:
"Diane Cherry was a great subcontractor partner for our carbon neutrality work with the City of Durham. She is enthusiastic, proactive and results oriented. Her knowledge of the North Carolina legislative arena and understanding of local government operations were invaluable to the project."
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