ReEnergize Coalition Quarterly Meeting

Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group will be hosting the next ReEnergize Coalition Quarterly Meeting at our office in the lower Hill District.

ReEnergize Coalition Quarterly Meeting

Wednesday, November 15, 2-4 p.m.


Hosted at: Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group Office

1901 Centre Ave #200, Pittsburgh, PA 15219


Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group will be hosting the next ReEnergize Coalition Quarterly Meeting at our office in the lower Hill District.



I am DELIGHTED to announce that Evan Endres from The Nature Conservancy will be joining us as our featured speaker at our next quarterly meeting of the ReEnergize Pittsburgh Coalition on Wednesday November 15 at 2 -4 p.m. The meeting will be held at the offices of PCRG.

Here are a few logistical things to be aware of:


  1. For those of you driving, the parking lot attached to our building is no longer available for public access or use. There is on-street parking available on Centre Avenue but the Parking Authority recently started enforcing parking meter usage so beware! Other parking options include the Shop n’ Save parking lot across the street or side streets around Centre Avenue.
  2. If you’re taking public transit from Downtown or Oakland, you can hop on a 81, 82, or 83 to get you to our office. Unfortunately, outside of these three options, there are no other direct bus routes that will get you directly to our office.
  3. If you have any trouble finding our office, please don’t hesitate to call PCRG and ask for Kathryn, at 412-391-6732.


For more about Evan’s featured topic – Energy Investment Partnerships – please see the below and the links!!!

On behalf of The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and the Coalition for Green Capital (CGC), I’m pleased to announce that we’ve released the Pennsylvania Energy Investment Partnership Report along with a “louder” release of the Pennsylvania Market Landscape Analysis that was completed earlier this year.

Together, these two reports offer a very detailed analysis of the challenges for Pennsylvania’s clean energy markets, as well as opportunities.  The Energy Investment Partnership (EIP) report puts forth options for an EIP structure in Pennsylvania, particularly those that don’t depend on policy or budget allocations as the driver. The report also suggests activities that an EIP could engage in to accelerate deployment of clean-energy technologies, particularly in the distributed solar and energy efficiency space.

TNC would like to thank CGC for lending their experience and knowledge for the benefit of Pennsylvania.  We extend that thanks to those of you who provided input and insights during development.  

For now, a TNC PA web-page is serving as a host for the materials. This page redirects from

You can also follow these links to the various publications:

Fact Sheet:

Energy Investment Partnership Report:

 Pennsylvania Market Analysis:

We look forward to continuing discussions with stakeholders using this body of work as a primer.


See you all then!

November 15th, 2017 2:00 PM   through   4:00 PM
1901 Centre Ave #200
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
United States