Chamber leaders, economic development officials, and community stakeholders traveled to Columbus to meet with legislators and deliver testimony before House and Senate committees about the investment opportunities provided by renewable and energy efficiency projects and about the importance of reasonable regulations.
Why would six North Carolina Chambers of Commerce send an urgent letter to the State General Assembly?
Local Chambers respond to House Speaker DeLeo's Call to be Part of the Solution
Responding to the House speaker's call for the business community to involve itself in the debate over the needs of the state's transportation system, two dozen business groups have banded together to promote a statewide agenda for transportation.
Metro South Chamber Was an Early Leader in the Electric Vehicle Revolution
We wanted to make sure our community is always part of the innovative wave of the future.
One of the country’s top oil, gas and coal producing states embraces renewable energy.
States are not waiting for Washington D.C. to move forward to create the clean energy economy. Last month New Mexico became the 3rd state, after Hawaii and California, to pass a bill requiring all electricity from public utilities to come from renewable energy sources.
Wind Tour with Toledo Blade, Ohio Governor's Office, Local Chamber, County Officials and More
How much can clean energy development grow a region's economy? Quite a lot, as a Toledo Blade newspaper reporter and the Ohio Governor's regional representative got to find out in a day-long tour…
It's Time For Ohio To Lead On Clean Energy
After Ohio's new governor proposed his first budget, a leading newspaper, the Columbus Dispatch, evaluated it against economic and quality of life measures.
Blackstone Valley Chamber Tackles Workforce Skills Gap and Sustainability with Innovative Educational Programming
Located in the historic Linwood Mill, which is geothermal, the Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce (BVCC) is definitely walking the walk when it comes to innovation and clean energy.
MA Chambers Get High-Powered Briefing from Energy Secretary Matt Beaton and State Senator Marc Pacheco
Lots of information was shared on the recent briefing call with MA policymakers, here's a re-cap:
A large group of Chamber Executives and member companies from across Massachusetts joined our recent briefing call co-hosted by the Greater Boston and Worcester Regional Chambers of Commerce. On the call, Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environment Matt Beaton and State Senator Marc Pacheco talked with local chambers and member companies about the Commonwealth's priorities for economic development, clean energy, resilient communities, transportation infrastructure, and workforce readiness.
Leading legislator makes major offshore wind announcement to packed house at Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut offshore wind breakfast
Senator Paul Formica (R-20) chose a packed-house business leader breakfast hosted recently by the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut to make a major announcement on offshore wind development: the Energy and Technology Committee recently agreed to work on legislation to add 2,000 megawatts of offshore wind capacity.