CEBN Power Circuit

CEBN Power Circuit Corpus Christi: Clean Energy Solutions for Industrial Economies

In the United States, the industrial sector is both an important and growing producer and end user of our nation’s vast energy supplies. As U.S. manufacturing, refining, and exports grow, so too do the energy demands on our nation’s industrial centers. How can the U.S.—and North America more broadly—continue to accelerate economic growth in our major industrial centers without a corresponding increase in energy demand? Nueces County, the Port of Corpus Christi, and the Clean Energy Business Network have teamed up to offer this constructive dialogue among industry leaders across North America.

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Boston and the Global Cleantech Investment Landscape

The global investment landscape is evolving to embrace a low-carbon economy. What do these changes look like at all stages of cleantech development and deployment? How can businesses and investors seize on these changes to advance their clean energy solutions?

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Roundtables with Mid-Atlantic Public Utility Commissioners

June 25 & 26, 2018 | Join the Clean Energy Business Network for an intimate roundtable breakfast discussion with public utility commissioners from the mid-Atlantic region.

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Harnessing Texas’ Energy Leadership for New Economic Opportunities

May 1, 2018 | The CEBN and Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) held the first Power Circuit installment in The Woodlands, TX. Industry, investment, research, and policy leaders enjoyed a complimentary half-day forum, industry showcase, networking reception, and tours of HARC’s state-of-the-art LEED Platinum-certified building.

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Advancing Maryland’s Clean Energy Economy

March 2, 2018 | Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions the Maryland Tech Council, and the Clean Energy Business Network hosted a complimentary networking breakfast and forum featuring Maryland Governor Larry Hogan as keynote speaker.  In addition to the Governor, this event featured panels of government, utility, and business leaders working across Maryland’s clean energy economy.

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