PUBLISHED: NOV 30, 2016FINANCE & REAL ESTATE | PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Chris Potter, IMT, 202-525-2883, x311 / firstname.lastname@example.org Andrew Smyser, COSE, 216-592-2432 / email@example.com Program will help participants deploy cash flow-positive investment that unlocks energy savings in […]
Study finds energy efficiency and demand response lowest-cost way to meet region’s energy needs CONTACT: Cat Lazaroff; (202) 365-1329; firstname.lastname@example.org BOSTON—New England business leaders were quick to praise a study released today by the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office evaluating strategies […]
New Public Statement Cites Economic Development Benefits of Wind Energy COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 18, 2015—Ohio local chamber of commerce presidents, economic development officials, school superintendents, county commissioners, and landowners today urged the Ohio House of Representatives Public Utilities Commission to […]
September 30, 2015 CHAMBER CALLS ON LAWMAKERS TO PROTECT RENEWABLE ENERGY INVESTMENTS Local Chamber Leader Susan Munroe Cites “Staggering” Economic Development Opportunities for Communities in Ohio’s Wind Corridor As the Energy Mandates Study Committee today released […]
Call on States to Make Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy a Strong Part of State Plans August 3, 2015 The National Advisory Council of Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy, a network of more than 400 local chambers of commerce, issued […]
CAMBRIDGE, MA — EnergySage, Inc., and Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy, a national network of local chambers of commerce, today announced the launch of a partnership to help local chambers of commerce and their member businesses take advantage of […]
With clean energy businesses thriving throughout the region, the New England Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives and Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy today launched a new clean energy hub designed to help chambers and their member companies save […]
WASHINGTON — Saying that energy efficiency represents the cheapest and fastest solution to meet the growing energy needs of America’s entrepreneurs, leaders of local chambers of commerce from around the country today urged the U.S. Senate to adopt the “Energy […]
While clean energy progress remains slow at the national level, local chambers of commerce are taking the reins in their local communities to drive economic development around clean energy, according to a first-of-its-kind report released today by Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy. With ten in-depth case studies of chambers located throughout the country, Local Chambers as Change Agents: Creating Economic Vitality through Clean Energy and Innovation provides the first comprehensive look into local chambers’ roles in attracting investment, supporting business growth, and diversifying their local economies around clean energy and energy efficiency.
As Congressional and Administration leaders continue negotiations to avert the fiscal cliff, local chamber of commerce CEOs are in Washington, DC, today calling on policymakers to ensure clean energy is a key priority in economic growth discussions and policies.