Today marks just one month until the beginning of National Clean Energy Week (NCEW), which will convene with events in Washington, D.C., and across the country. This year’s NCEW will run from September 24th through September 28th.
NCEW 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. NCEW brings together individuals, public servants, businesses, nonprofits, and industry associations for thoughtful, bipartisan discussions on the future of American energy innovation.
To see highlights from last year’s inaugural events, check out the NCEW YouTube Channel.
This year will be even more exciting as we have a number of respected speakers and panelists on the schedule. The Policy Makers Symposium on September 26, 2018 will feature energy advocates from both sides of the aisle, including public and private organizations.
Members of the current administration are confirmed to attend, including EPA Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Federal Energy Regulatory Commissioner Neil Chatterjee. Utah Governor Gary Herbert will give remarks, along with several Members of Congress, including Senator Steve Daines (R-MT), Representative Ted Deutch (D-FL), and Representative Tom Reed (R-NY). Arvin Ganesan of Apple is among the notable private-sector participants, and Lisa Jacobson of the Business Council for Sustainable Energy and others will represent the non-profit sector. Former elected officials, including CRES Senior Advisor Kelly Ayotte, will also join in the discussion.