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  1. Ken Smith Retiring as AAEA Policy Director

    Arkansas Business // March 14, 2017

    As part of Arkansas Energy Advanced Energy Day at the Capitol, Smith received a plaque recognizing his “outstanding dedication and steadfast commitment to advocating for policies that strengthen Arkansas’ advanced energy economy.”

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  2. Advanced Energy Has Its Day at Capitol

    Arkansas Business // March 14, 2017

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association was promoting its mission of creating public policy and popular sentiment in favor of energy efficiency, renewable power and other green initiatives that have put 25,000 employees to work across the state.

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  3. Bipartisan Legislators Introduce PACE-Enhancement Initiative

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // March 9, 2017

    Bipartisan legislation has been introduced in the Arkansas General Assembly that would help more property owners access financing for energy efficiency, water efficiency and renewable energy improvements, the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association (AAEA) announced today.

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  4. Advanced Energy Business Leaders to Gather at State Capitol on March 14

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // March 9, 2017

    The Arkansas Advanced Energy Association (AAEA) will host its third “Advanced Energy Day at the Legislature,” Tuesday, March 14, 2017, featuring advanced energy companies exhibiting in the Capitol Rotunda throughout the day, as well as a luncheon with policymakers. Governor Asa Hutchinson has issued an official proclamation designating March 14, 2017, as “Arkansas Advanced Energy Day.”

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