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Stephanie Osborne joins the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association after leading the Arkansas Society of Association Executives. In addition, she spent several years in the Washington, D.C. government affairs office of Occidental Petroleum Corporation working on both federal and international issues. Her experience also includes time working on humanitarian and disaster relief around the world for the U.S. government. As executive director of the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association and its educational affiliate, the Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation, Osborne leads efforts to promote Arkansas’s growing advanced energy industry. Osborne is a proud Texas native and a graduate of Texas A&M University for her B.A. and The George Washington University for her M.A. She resides in Little Rock with her husband and two young sons.
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AAEA is dedicated to growing Arkansas’s economy through expanded utilization of advanced energy technologies, including energy efficiency, demand response, natural gas electric generation, solar, wind, hydro, nuclear, electric vehicles, alternative fuels and smart grid.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 4, 2020 Contact: Katie Laning Niebaum email@example.com (501) 537-0190 Little Rock, Ark. – The Arkansas Advanced Energy Association welcomed a decision by the Arkansas Public Service Commission this week reaffirming solar...
by Jeff Della Rosa (JDellaRosa@nwabj.com) June 3, 2020 The largest county-owned solar array in Arkansas has started operating in south Fayetteville, according to a news release. North Little Rock-based Seal Solar activated Wednesday (June 3) the 2.01-megawatt array...
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