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    April 20, 2018│ Author: Christiana Figueres, Convenor of Mission 2020 and former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (2010-2016). The global community is currently facing an immense challenge – to ramp up climate action at such scale and speed that we are able to bend the......
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    April 16, 2018 │ Authors: Yvonne Rudman, Industry Liaison, TechLink and Lynn Abramson, President Clean Energy Business Network, an initiative of the BCSE. Are you a clean energy business interested in learning more about energy innovations coming out of the Department of Defense? If so, you should know about a free......
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    ...and how Systems Engineering will transform the clean energy movement. At SolGreen we’re re-imagining and creating new systems in the form of products that give everyday people access to a clean energy experience. From the development of the first solar table to our current integration of software that changes the way......
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    In terms of investment, growth and jobs, the current stakes for tax reform couldn’t be higher for American energy producers. Clean energy generation and storage is now a $200 billion industry that supports more than 3 million jobs and hundreds of millions of consumers across the United States. With conferees now named......
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    Costa Rica’s vision is to become “a laboratory for the world’s economy deep decarbonization process, working with civil society, the private sector, academia, and the international community…” With this vision come enormous business opportunities for American clean energy technologies and low-carbon......
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    Former BCSE Board Member Paul Bertram was recently recognized with the Distinguished Members award by the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI). The award was presented last month in Providence, Rhode Island, at the CONSTRUCT and CSI Annual Convention. This is the highest award given by CSI and is conferred on......
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    Almost everyone has sustainability on the mind these days. In fact, according to CDP, nearly half of the S&P 500 have an emissions reduction target. And, while many organizations consider sustainability as a core business practice, they may not have figured out how to maintain employee engagement in day-to-day......
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    What if I told you orders for your business were up 40 percent over this time last year? Would you feel optimistic? Excited? Ready to grow your workforce? Because that’s the case for American wind power. “We’ve got over a quarter of a billion dollars going into the pockets of landowners, and let me tell you, that is......
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    Are you going to the Federal Energy Management Program’s 2017 Energy Exchange? The federal government’s premier energy event will bring together agency officials, program managers, and the private sector August 15-17 in Tampa for two and a half days of educational sessions and networking in the exposition hall. This is......
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    The California legislature voted on July 17 to extend its cap and trade program through 2030, passing Assembly Bill 398 with a bi-partisan vote in both the Senate (28 – 12) and Assembly (55 to 21). The Business Council for Sustainable Energy joined a chorus of business, utility, environmental, health, climate, academic......
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