National Clean Energy Week: Lynn Abramson Interviews Senator Martin Heinrich, BCSE Hosts Panel
October 2, 2018 │ Andy Barnes, Program Manager, Clean Energy Business Network
CEBN President Lynn Abramson sat down with United States Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM) on stage at a September 26 Policy Symposium celebrating National Clean Energy Week (Sep. 24-28). Sen. Heinrich offered his thoughts on the state of clean energy and the future of the sector in this conversation.
Lisa Jacobson, President of the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (CEBN’s parent organization) led a panel discussion exploring the explosive growth of clean energy jobs.
The Clean Energy Business Network (CEBN) works to advance the clean energy economy through policy, public education, and business support for small- and medium-size energy companies. Started in 2009 by The Pew Charitable Trusts, the CEBN is now a small business division of the Business Council for Sustainable Energy. The CEBN represents 3,000+ business leaders across all 50 U.S. states working with a broad range of clean energy and transportation technologies.
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