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The 5th Responsible Business Summit NY 2017

WCEE’s Lunch Presentation on the “2017 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook”

Identifying Opportunities for Progress on Energy & Climate Policy

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The 5th Responsible Business Summit NY 2017

East Africa Oil & Gas – Has It Gone Bust Before the Boom?

Natural Gas Roundtable w. DOE’s Robert J. Smith

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Infrastructure Modernization – A US-Canada Conversation

House Science Committee Hearing on Climate Science

House Commerce Committee Hearing on Energy Tax Policy

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Pathways to a Clean Energy Economy in 2050

State of Advanced Energy Markets, Trends, Jobs

Oil Market Movers – Fundamentals, Finance & Volatile Sentiment

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Environmental Law & Policy Annual Review Conference 2017

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Solar Jobs Census 2016

Tracking China’s Global Energy Finance

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Senate Energy Committee Hearing on Cybersecurity Threats to Energy Systems

House Natural Resource Committee Hearing on Hydro & Pumped Storage Bills

Non-Electric Applications of Nuclear Power

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Montgomery County Energy Summit 2017

Partners in Ingenuity: The Power of Innovation

House Natural Resources Committee Hearing on the RECLAIM Act

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Decentralised Energy: What Impact On The Grid?

21st Annual Washington Energy Policy Conference

World Energy Council 2017 Issues Monitor

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Green Finance Brunch

Citizens’ Climate Lobby DC Chapter Meeting

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Does Carbon Capture & Storage Help Meet CO2 Reduction Goals? Perspectives from the Illinois Basin

Report Launch – “Downstream Oil Theft~Implications and Next Steps”

DC Solar Club Launch

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How Foreign Climate Aid Benefits the United States

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Environmental Sustainability – Does It Make Dollars & Sense?

Georgetown-Burleith Solar Co-op Info Session for Businesses

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Plugging Into Maryland’s EV Future

Tracking China’s Global Energy Finance

Addressing the Cyber Threat to Nuclear Systems

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Trump’s Approach to the Future of the Fuel Economy & Emissions Regulation – And Some Alternatives

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Sustainable Now – Securing Energy & Water Access for Our Vulnerable Communities

OurEnergyPolicy.org and NCAC-USAEE Spring Happy Hour

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March for Science or March for Scientism? Understanding the Real Threats to Science in America

Momentum Shift: Creating Markets for Advanced Energy at the State Level

Carbon Pricing & the Future of Global Climate Cooperation

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WCEE’s April Happy Hour

Green Drinks DC Pre-Climate March Happy Hour with People’s Climate Movement

Achieve Cost-Effective PV Plant Design Using High Yield Modules and Trackers

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Securing a Sustainable Future – Women As Leaders in a Changing Climate

Security & Energy Challenges in the Eastern Mediterranean

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March for Science

Solar Foundation’s Earth Day Happy Hour

Solar Foundation’s Earth Day Happy Hour

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Climate Policy without the U.S. Government

The Great Derangement – Climate Change & the Unthinkable

Displacement, Civilian Protection & Climate Change

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House Energy & Commerce Committee Hearing on Nuclear Waste Policy

WCEE’s April Happy Hour

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Elders Climate Action

Nuclear Offshore – New Paradigm for Construction, Siting & Operations of Nuclear Plants

Road Ahead – U.S. Highway Infrastructure Funding in a Changing Energy Landscape

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Elders Climate Action

What President Trump’s Budget Request Might Mean for Nuclear

Environmental Risks & Oversight of Enhanced Oil Recovery in the U.S.

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People’s Climate March

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Waterpower Week in Washington

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Waterpower Week in Washington

Tipping Points in Global Environmental Policy

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Waterpower Week in Washington

House Appropriations Committee “Public Witness” Hearing on Energy & Water

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Waterpower Week in Washington

USEA Annual Membership Meeting & Public Policy Forum

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Waterpower Week in Washington

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Waterpower Week in Washington

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