The fifth annual National Clean Energy Week (NCEW) (September 20-24, 2021) today commended 14 companies and organizations—the first to support the platform and unique programming of NCEW 2021.
“I am incredibly grateful to the initial sponsors of National Clean Energy Week 2021, which reflects some of the top companies, associations and advocacy organizations in the clean energy space today,” said Heather Reams, NCEW chair and executive director of Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES). “Reducing emissions while growing the economy is a collaborative effort; that’s where NCEW’s sponsors come in. Participating sponsors support NCEW’s overarching mission to celebrate the policies, industries, and innovations that power our daily lives while producing no or very little greenhouse gas emissions. Their early support of NCEW helps to ensure that our fifth annual event will be the best yet.”
Sponsorships are broken down into four levels: Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze. This year’s Platinum Level Sponsors include CRES Forum, Edison Electric Institute, and Breakthrough Energy. Gold Level Sponsors are Ygrene Energy Fund. Silver Sponsors include the American Petroleum Institute, Battery Council International, Boralex, ClearPath, Inc., Climate Leadership Council, Conservative Energy Network, ESS Inc., and The Large Public Power Council. Lastly, Bronze Level Sponsors are BP, Government of Québec, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The leadership of many of these companies and organizations will be featured on engaging panels during the Policy Makers Symposium, held Tuesday, September 21, through Thursday, September 23. The Symposium is the flagship event of NCEW, which hosts three days of virtual programming that convene policymakers, industry leaders and clean energy advocates to collaborate on America’s future in clean energy. These moderated discussions will be centered around three core themes: innovation, challenges, and the international landscape. Specific Symposium panels include:
- Carbon-Free Technologies Needed for A Net-Zero Future
- Policies Needed to Make Breakthrough Innovation Possible
- Critical Minerals, Supply Chains, and Industry
- Energy is Infrastructure
- What to Expect at COP26: Will it Be Enough?
- Leveraging U.S. Policy to Reduce Global Emissions
Click HERE for additional sponsorship information.
Founded in 2017, NCEW brings together government officials, industry associations, businesses, non-profits, and advocates in the clean energy space for events in Washington, D.C., and across America. The weeklong recognition honors the clean energy sector’s contributions to America’s economic strength while reducing global emissions.
Additional information about NCEW—including registration—is available at https://nationalcleanenergyweek.org/. If you are a student with a valid .edu email, a government employee with a valid .gov email, or an active member of the press, you qualify for free registration. Register today!
National Clean Energy Week (NCEW), described by POLITICO as “a veritable who’s who of the Clean Energy World,” is an annual awareness week to recognize the value of clean energy including abundant job opportunities, economic growth, energy independence, consumer choice, lower energy prices, and a cleaner environment. Follow NCEW on Twitter (@NCEWConf) and Facebook (NationalCleanEnergyWeek) for event updates. www.nationalcleanenergyweek.org