AAEA Arkansas Advanced Energy Association

AAEA 2014 Initiatives

AAEA continues to influence the state’s energy policy landscape focusing on initiatives that will expand business opportunities for Arkansas

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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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Current News

  1. Little Rock to Become the State's 3rd Energy Improvement District

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // January 21, 2015

    Little Rock, AR – Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE), an innovative financing mechanism that has sparked energy savings and job growth around the country, will soon be available to Little Rock property owners after the Little Rock City Board of Directors unanimously adopted an ordinance Tuesday night creating an Energy Improvement District defined by the Little Rock city limits.

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  2. New Study Finds 25,000 Arkansans Working in the Advanced Energy Economy

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation // January 13, 2015

    Little Rock, AR – The development of innovative technologies to help meet America’s energy demands has allowed the emergence of an advanced energy sector that now accounts for the employment of more than 25,000 Arkansans, according to a new study released by the Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation (AAEF) this week.

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  3. Advanced Energy Jobs Number 25,000

    Arkansas Business // January 12, 2015

    What is the advanced energy economy? It’s a fair question because until just a few years ago, Americans were accustomed to relying solely on our local power company to supply energy to our homes and businesses. We flipped a switch, and the lights came on. When the utility bill arrived in the mail, we paid it. Most of us didn’t give energy another thought.

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