Urban Clean Energy Revolution
Eileen edited this report authored by Elizabeth Willmott and published by Climate Solutions, which examined the critical ingredients for successful city-led climate action and carbon pollution reduction. (November 2015)
Urban Clean Energy Efforts
Guest lecture presented to the Rainier Club’s public affairs committee that discussed what cities can do to reduce carbon emissions and discussed the City of Seattle’s recently updated climate action plan.
Revolution Required: Meeting Current and Future Energy Challenges
Eileen delivered this paper and presentation at the Kühne Logistics Universität in Hamburg, Germany for the City of Tomorrow Series on May 7, 2015.
Powering the New Energy Future from the Ground Up
A report co-written with Elizabeth Willmott and published by Climate Solutions on how 34 American cities with fewer than 250,000 residents reduced their dependence upon fossil fuels for energy and catalyzed local clean energy with federal stimulus funds.
Energizing Cities: New Models for Driving Clean Energy Investment
A guide for local elected officials, county and city staff, energy utility managers, and community stakeholders to the steps needed in designing and financing clean energy programs edited by Eileen. A joint project with Climate Solutions' New Energy Cities program, Pareto Global, the University of Oregon Center for Sustainable Business, and ...
City of Olympia Energy Map and Carbon Wedge Analysis
Presentation to the City of Olympia, Washington staff on the community's energy sources and uses, as well as a depiction in a wedge analysis of where the city could invest in strategies to reduce carbon emissions to achieve a target of 50 percent fewer emissions from 2014 levels by 2030.
City of Everett Energy Map and Carbon Wedge Analysis
Presentation to the Everett, Washington City Council on the community's energy sources and uses, as well as a depiction in a wedge analysis of where the city could invest in strategies to reduce carbon emissions to achieve a target of 50 percent fewer emissions from 2014 levels by 2030.
City-Led Climate Action
Presentation that provides a chronology of city climate action in the United States and internationally and describes the best high-level roles and policies for cities to decarbonize, delivered for Western Washington University Institute for Energy Studies course on February 15, 2018.