Engaging consumers from families to businesses about the future of energy is an important part of our mission at CEA. Supporting programs that will bring innovation and investment in clean-teach companies is necessary to ensure the development of all of our American energy resources.
“We’ve got some pretty cool partners to be part of this – groups like the Great Lakes Energy Institute, the Consumer Energy Alliance, the National Association of Manufacturers – to bring together what the future of this energy economy is going to be,” he says. “One of the things that’s most important to our companies is access to customers, so there’s going to be a lot around how to work with manufacturers. … The manufacturing track is going to be how to adopt these technologies, specifically, storage and microgrids or powering your plant and doing it efficiently.”
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