NCEW22 Policy Makers Symposium: free webinar, September 27-29

NCEW22 Policy Makers Symposium

A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone interested in clean energy: the NCEW22 Policy Makers Symposium free webinar on September 27-29.

As America rebuilds, clean energy technologies and clean energy jobs will be critical to getting our economy back on track and ready for an emissions-free future. Join our annual week-long celebration of clean energy innovation and help solve the world’s most pressing challenges in nuclear, solar, wind, wave, hydropower, geothermal, natural gas, biomass, carbon capture, storage, and waste-to-energy technologies. By going virtual, the NCEW flagship Public Policy Symposium is expanding beyond Washington DC into every home and business in America. Through programming all week long, hear directly from Republican and Democratic policymakers and top speakers in clean energy investment and innovation. Participate in completely new kinds of online networking events and virtual collaboration opportunities, building strong relationships across the country as easily as next door – from wherever you are. Clean energy is not just a national issue. Connect with local businesses, policymakers, consumers, and advocates to build your own virtual events and discover new ways to take advantage of clean energy opportunities and create clean energy jobs in your own backyard. National Clean Energy Week is made possible by a network of National clean energy leaders dedicated to reducing emissions while growing the economy through smart policy and technological innovation. Check out last year’s NCEW steering committee, participating organizations and lineup of incredible speakers for a taste of what’s in store for 2022. Join us for National Clean Energy Week 2022, and help build the future.

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