On Thursday, October 21, the National Clean Energy Transmission Initiative (NCETI) hosted its second major forum on clean energy transmission in Des Moines, Iowa. Co-hosted with the Iowa Environmental Council, ITC Holdings, Wind on the Wires, the American Wind Energy Association, Fresh Energy, and the Environmental Law and Policy Center, the forum brought together state
Two local media outlets, Bleeding Heartland and IowaPolitics.com, have covered the upcoming NCETI event this Thursday.
SAVE THE DATE October 21, 2010 Des Moines Public Library 9:00am – 3:30pm Expanding and Modernizing the Electrical Grid: Essential Infrastructure for the Midwest’s Clean Energy Future Featuring Speakers Tom Harkin United States Senate and Roya Stanley Iowa Office of Energy Independence The Energy Future Coalition, in cooperation with the Iowa Environmental Council, ITC Holdings,
The Energy Future Coalition’s National Clean Energy Transmission Initiative (NCETI), along with the Renewable Northwest Project, Climate Solutions, and the Northwest Energy Coalition, hosted a conference last Wednesday in Portland, Oregon focused on the issues of, and potential solutions to, the development of clean energy transmission within the United States. The conference highlighted the importance
The Energy Future Coalition, in cooperation with the National Clean Energy Transmission Initiative, is planning two clean energy transmission community forums this summer – one in Des Moines, Iowa and the other in Portland, Oregon. Both events will be expert forums on the critical role of transmission in enabling the development of renewable energy resources