September 20— Ohio Governor John Kasich has issued a letter recognizing September 24-28, 2018 as Clean Energy Week. The State of Ohio formally acknowledges the importance of “increased support for commonsense solutions that address economic and energy needs in the 21st century.” The week is recognized as part of National Clean Energy Week (NCEW).
John R. Kasich and Mary Taylor
Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Ohio
do hereby officially recognize…
Clean Energy Week
September 24 – 28, 2018
On behalf of the State of Ohio, we join in recognizing the Ohio Conservative Energy Forum for their efforts to bring awareness to clean energy in the state of Ohio. Clean Energy includes generation from renewable sources such as wind, solar, hydro, nuclear, natural gas, biogas and biomass, and energy storage. Clean Energy Week advocates for increased support for commonsense solutions that address economic and energy needs in the 21st century. We commend your passion and commitment to making a positive impact, and we extend our best wishes for a successful Clean Energy Week 2018.
On this the 24th day of September, 2018;
John R. Kasich
The list of national organizations who comprise NCEW’s Steering Committee include: Advanced Energy Economy (AEE), the Alliance to Save Energy (ASE), the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE), the American Gas Association (AGA), the American Petroleum Institute (API), the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), the Biomass Power Association (BPA), the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE), the Center for Liquefied Natural Gas (CLNG), Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) Forum, Clean Energy Business Network (CEBN), the Energy Storage Association (ESA), the National Hydropower Association (NHA), the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).
NCEW brings together industry associations, businesses, non-profits, and advocates in the clean energy space for activities in Washington, D.C. and across America to showcase how they are helping to make the industry stronger, and influence the discussion around common sense clean energy solutions that directly address America’s need for abundant, reliable forms of energy.
For more information about National Clean Energy Week, please visit: www.nationalcleanenergyweek.org.