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October 13, 2017
When it comes to what is good for local economies and communities, local chambers of commerce are as American as apple pie.That is why, as the Co-chairs and Executive Director of a nationwide network of 1,200 local chambers representing 900,000 businesses, we have repeatedly supported the Clean Power Plan that EPA Secretary Scott Pruitt this week signed a measure to repeal.
April 3, 2017
As one of the largest organizations of local chambers of commerce in the nation, we have first-hand experience with the economic benefits that clean energy and innovation are providing. That is why we believe that President Trump’s executive order rolling back American leadership in 21st century energy and innovation is misguided.
November 19, 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 return decisions about wind farms to local communities.
September 30, 2015
As the Energy Mandates Study Committee released recommendations on Ohio’s renewable energy and energy efficiency policies, local chamber leader Susan Munroe asked the governor and policymakers to remember how important these investments are to communities in Ohio’s “wind corridor.”
August 4, 2015
The National Advisory Council of Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy, a network of more than 400 local chambers of commerce, issued the following statement about the release of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.