CEBA Deal Tracker
The CEBA Deal Tracker showcases the growing community of energy customers that voluntarily procure clean energy to accelerate a 90% carbon-free U.S. electricity system by 2030.
Members can access the full Deal Tracker — chart and insights — on CEBA InterConnect. Non-members can request to download and view a public version of the chart via the form to the right.
CEBA celebrates these highlights of the customer-driven clean energy market in 2022, driven by the leadership of the CEBA community since 2014.
Download the public version of the CEBA Deal Tracker
The public CEBA Deal Tracker identifies the total annual volume of clean energy procured by energy customers, as well as companies that have led clean energy procurement announcements. Agree to the terms and a link will appear to download the PDF.
The CEBA Deal Tracker showcases the growing community of energy customers that voluntarily procure clean energy to accelerate a 90% carbon-free U.S. electricity system by 2030. Energy customers, energy providers, service providers, NGOs, industry trade groups, and the energy market as a whole look to CEBA’s Deal Tracker for market trends and key actors leading procurement of clean energy. The CEBA Deal Tracker depicts the annual volume and number of deals announced by energy customers in the commercial and industrial sectors.
Energy customers in the commercial and industrial sectors have contracted 71 GW of carbon-free energy since 2014, making progress toward CEBA’s aspiration of a 90% carbon-free U.S. electricity system by 2030.
The CEBA Deal Tracker represents publicly announced procurement of clean energy by commercial and industrial (C&I) customers through power purchase agreements (PPAs), green tariffs, bilateral deals with utilities, energy storage agreements, energy customer tax equity investments, and direct project ownership in the U.S. since 2014.
The CEBA Deal Tracker only includes deals that are:
- Publicly announced and/or are accessible through the public domain and regulatory filings, including approval by a state public utility commission (PUC) for utility deals;
- Have a corporate off-taker in the C&I sector;
- Tied to an off-site, utility-scale project, or an on-site project at least 20 MW in capacity;
- For new clean energy projects or a qualified repowering project; and
- Located in the United States.