Clean Energy Best Practices

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Neither Shutdown Nor Lockdown Keep Local Chambers From Bringing Clean Energy Message to Washington

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#6: Bartlett's Thursday morning coffee series teaches members about energy efficiency

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#9: Cleveland shares expert clean energy info with members through its helpful online portal

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#6: Bartlett's Thursday morning coffee series teaches members about energy efficiency

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#4: Grand Junction Chamber gives $200 rebates to member businesses cutting their energy use

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Local chambers around the country are generating clean energy business opportunities, helping their member companies save money by reducing energy use, and playing a pivotal role in support of clean energy policies and practices in their local economy.

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Here are Clean Energy Projects your Chamber can Replicate:


    Help Your Members Save Money and Find Financing

    Engage and Educate Your Members on Clean Energy Issues

    Position Your Region as a Clean Energy Hub

    Lead by Example

    Partner with your City Government

    Recognize Leaders in Clean Energy

    Support Clean Energy Policies

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Click here to tell us about your chamber’s clean energy efforts. We’re always looking for new projects to share with other chambers. We want to brag about you!