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This event will feature top voices from businesses who are working to address climate change in their sectors every day, as well as a government voice implementing the policy around sustainability. Join us to hear about the innovative approach businesses are taking to lead by example.
Experts from government and the private sector will discuss best practices and the important role businesses in the transportation and hospitality sectors play in prevention and awareness.
The U.S. Chamber and the National Association of Counties (NACo) will co-host a webinar as an introduction to how PPPs and “Energy as a Service” are being used to advance energy management and meet climate action objectives.
Interest and excitement in hydrogen is at an all-time high. This webinar will explore the challenges, opportunities, and policy dynamics associated with realizing hydrogen’s full potential in our future energy system.
The intersection of cybersecurity and energy policy has never been more acute. This virtual forum will focus on the threats, the lessons-learned, and the rapidly evolving landscape impacting the convergence of our energy industries’ informational and operational technologies.
Summit XXI: On the Horizon will explore timely issues including preserving due process in post-pandemic litigation, class and mass action trends in Europe, and emerging liability-expanding tactics.
Join CO— on October 20-21, 2021 as we host The Big Week for Small Business, a virtual conference offering interactive workshops, high-powered discussions, and cutting-edge advice on today’s issues most important to businesses at all levels.
As our transition to a lower-carbon electricity future progresses, today’s electric grid is increasingly being asked to integrate new energy users with a growing diversity of generation resources – both large and small, centralized and widespread.
Join us on December 8-9 as we explore the first six months of the new dialogue, the state of the transatlantic relationship, and the role of business, government, and other stakeholders in shaping the path forward.