White House published its ambitious—and totally achievable—American Jobs Plan, the backbone of which is clean energy jobs and infrastructure.
Fresh Energy is thrilled to see that ambitious climate action and equity investments play a pivotal role in the White House’s jobs and infrastructure plan released on March 31, 2021. Fresh Energy applauds the Biden Administration’s comprehensive and pragmatic approach to reimagining and rebuilding the American economy.
Fresh Energy executive director Michael Noble released the following statement in response to the White House proposal to roll back fuel efficiency standards.
Fresh Energy executive director Michael Noble released the following statement in response to the White House’s announcement of new tariffs on imported solar panels.
Fresh Energy’s science policy director, J. Drake Hamilton, was recently recognized as one of the Top 10 Climate Leaders of 2015-2016 by the Climate Reality Project. J.’s actions on climate leadership led her to receiving the #6 award out of nearly 11,000 global leaders. At Fresh Energy, J. continues to inspire and encourage diverse audiences to support climate and energy policies that combat the threat of global warming and create a clean energy future. If you would like J. to speak at your event, please contact her at 651-726-7562 or Hamilton@fresh-energy.org.
Fresh Energy is proud to announce that it will partner with the U.S. Department of Energy to host a National Community Solar Partnership workshop in 2016. Building off of a National Community Solar Summit at the White House on November 17, the workshop will convene solar companies, nonprofits, and state and local community leaders who are working to expand community solar in the Midwest.