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Affordable Clean Energy Rule Primer

On June 19, 2019, EPA Administrator Wheeler signed the final version of the Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule, the Trump Administration’s repeal and replacement of the Obama-era Clean Power Plan. The ACE rule establishes guidelines for states to develop carbon emissions reductions standards for existing coal-fired power plants.

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“Technologies for Energy Security Act” would extend and modify investment tax credit

June 23, 2017 | Lynn Abramson, President, Clean Energy Business Network

At the end of 2016, federal tax credits expired for a number of clean energy technologies other than wind and solar.

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Tight Budgets and Tight Timing: Takeaways from a Discussion on the FY 2018 Budget Request for Clean Energy Programs

June 16, 2017 | Lynn Abramson, President, Clean Energy Business Network

Funding for clean energy programs is in jeopardy and timing is tight—but business voices can make a difference.

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Recording – SETO SBIR/STTR Informational Webinar

This CEBN webinar provided updates on the newly announced Department of Energy (DOE) Small Business Innovation and Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program topics for FY2021. The speakers below discussed the topics and the application process.

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Recording – Powering Forward 5: Election Scenarios & Impacts on the Clean Energy Economy

The fifth installment of Powering Forward was held in partnership with Policy Resolution Group at Bracewell LLP . This webinar explored possible election outcomes, potential impacts on the clean energy economy, and prospects for federal action on energy and climate change.

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Recording | Powering Up an Inclusive Clean Energy Workforce

The fourth episode of the Powering Forward series is produced in partnership with Third Way. Speakers explored the opportunities and challenges associated with building and enhancing the clean energy workforce, with a focus on public private partnerships, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and recent survey results on how clean energy employers are responding to COVID-19.

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