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Advanced Energy on the Move in 2013

Many of the AAEA's top legislative priorities were enacted in 2013, and in addition, AAEA participated in two dockets at the Public Service

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Policy Agenda

Advanced energy technologies create jobs, businesses and investments while increasing energy efficiency and energy independence. AAEA members

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Jobs on the Map

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Current News

  1. Walmart, Other Corporations Call for More Renewable Energy

    // July 11, 2014

    Washington, DC (July 11, 2014) – Seeking to increase availability of cost-competitive renewable energy to run their businesses, 12 leading companies today signed the Renewable Energy Buyers’ Principles to better communicate their purchasing needs and expectations to the marketplace. The companies – Bloomberg, Facebook, General Motors, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, Mars, Novelis, Procter and Gamble, REI, Sprint, and Walmart – are hoping the principles will open up new opportunities for collaboration with utilities and energy suppliers to increase their ability to buy renewable energy.

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  2. Energy Efficiency: A Resource for EPA Clean Air Compliance and Economic Development in Arkansas

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation // July 11, 2014

    Luncheon Featuring Keynote Speaker Neal Elliott Associate Director for Research, The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) The Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation (AAEF) is proud to announce the next speaker in our series of programs highlighting emerging advanced energy technologies. This event is especially tailored to AAEA members, sustainability managers, advanced energy industry, state clean power plan stakeholders and open to the general public. Lunch is provided, however due to space limitations, advance RSVP is required.

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  3. Sustainability Commission Proposes PACE District for City of Little Rock

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // May 28, 2014

    Little Rock, AR - The Little Rock Sustainability Commission voted unanimously Friday to recommend that Little Rock become the third city in Arkansas to create an energy improvement district. The Commission developed and will submit a proposed PACE ordinance to Mayor Mark Stodola that could be considered and voted on by the Little Rock Board of Directors in order to create the district. Stodola has previously expressed interest in establishing a Little Rock PACE District. Both the City of Fayetteville and the City of North Little Rock have established ordinances within the past year.

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  4. Clean Line to Hold "Office Hours" in Arkansas

    // May 15, 2014

    In the coming months, representatives from Clean Line Energy will hold office hours in Arkansas communities and invite the public to stop by to ask questions, learn more about the Plains & Eastern Clean Line project, and meet with project representatives and land agents.

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