Happy Holidays from CRS

  As this extraordinary year comes to a close, the staff and board of Center for Resource Solutions would like to wish you happy holidays and best wishes for the coming year. We’re closing out a year of unprecedented challenges and uncertainty. Nevertheless, we made solid progress on the clean energy transition, with record-breaking capacity …

A New Look for CRS

We’re excited to announce the introduction of a new visual identity for CRS, including a new logo, typeface, and color scheme. We were fortunate enough to work with one of the most accomplished designers around, Scott Gagner of Gagner Design, who over his 20+ year career has led branding efforts and immersive design projects for …

2018 Year in Review

This year was one marked by substantial growth for Center for Resource Solutions as we worked with partners around the world to help establish and expand market access for renewable energy. We expanded the reach of our certification programs, and helped policymakers at the state and local levels make informed decisions about rules and regulations …

Q&A With ED Jennifer Martin: Renewable Energy Markets Are Interdependent

Originally published in the Argus Air Daily. by William Fleeson Washington, 19 March (Argus) — Jennifer Martin is executive director of the Center for Resource Solutions (CRS), a non-profit that administers the Green-e certification program for renewable electricity. In this interview, edited for length and clarity, Martin discusses how the interdependence of compliance and voluntary …

2016 Year in Review

Letter from the Executive Director This past year was one of great expansion for CRS. We expanded for the first time outside North America by developing ties to partners throughout Asia and Europe, including growing our certification programs and the protections they bring to new renewable energy buyers, many of whom will be able to …

2014 Year in Review

For those of us working in renewable energy, 2014 felt like The Confluence—a time when many events finally came together to build real momentum for renewable energy development. For example, the sudden falling cost of solar photovoltaic systems has led to a surge of installations across the country (and around the globe). Coupled with innovative …