Cimetrics is proud to support National Clean Energy Week as an opportunity to participate in a discussions around commonsense solutions that directly address America's need for abundant, reliable forms of energy.
National Clean Energy Week is less than three weeks away! This series of events and communications from September 24-28 generates awareness to highlight how clean energy is driving economic growth, creating jobs, strengthening America’s national security, and preserving our environment. A number of key influencers including Acting EPA Administrator Wheeler and Governor Herbert of Utah are confirmed to speak at NCEW events.
What is a National Clean Energy Week? Across America, clean and readily abundant forms of energy are powering more than homes and businesses. Taken together, our capacity for safe and reliable energy generation is driving a clean energy renaissance that is creating jobs, strengthening America’s national security, and preserving our environment. National Clean Energy Week was conceived in 2017 with the goal of advancing support of our nation’s energy sector through new methods of market development, policy change, and technological innovation. Join us in Washington, D.C. in September, or host an event in your hometown, to show your support of commonsense solutions that address America’s economic and energy needs in the 21st Century. Together, we will harness the power of free market and government collaboration to move America forward.
National Clean Energy Week, a non-partisan effort to highlight the benefits of clean energy led by national trade associations, business councils, and clean energy advocacy groups. Hundreds of organizations will participate through positive messaging and events across the country for policy makers, industry leaders, and concerned citizens to share and learn about the latest in clean energy.
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