Recording | Election Results and Impacts for the Clean Energy Economy
- Nov 16, 2020 4:24 pm GMT
The sixth installment of Powering Forward, hosted by the Business Council for Sustainable Energy and the Clean Energy Business Network, was held in partnership with Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) Forum on November 12.
The webinar covered outcomes of the November 3 national election and its implications for the clean energy economy. Policy experts with viewpoints from across the political spectrum discussed legislation and policy prospects in the lame-duck period, the 117th Congress, and the next Presidential administration.
Watch the webinar recording below. Access the slide presentation here.
- John Hart, Co-founder and Vice President, C3 Solutions
- Nidhi Thakar, Co-Chair, Clean Energy for Biden and Director, Strategy, Portland General Electric
- Charles Hernick, Vice President of Policy and Advocacy, Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions Forum
- Karen G. Wayland, Ph.D., Principal, KW Energy Strategies
This is the sixth installment of Powering Forward, a webinar series from BCSE & CEBN that examines developments across the clean energy economy in the U.S. This series acknowledges unique impacts facing clean energy industries during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the vital role of our sectors in our future economic recovery. Each episode is produced collaboratively with partners working to advance clean energy, demonstrating that together, we can power forward through this crisis to emerge as a stronger, more resilient America.
Powering Forward is made possible with support from Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) Forum, in the lead up to National Clean Energy Week, September 21-25, 2020. The series is also supported by Natixis Investment Managers, pioneer of the first ESG-driven 401(k) target date mutual funds.
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