(Seattle, WA–Sept 24, 2018) The Executive Committee of the CleanTech Alliance has endorsed I-1631, the Clean Air, Clean Energy initiative on Washington voters’ November ballots. In addition to supporting its passage, the CleanTech Alliance urges robust business engagement in implementing the policy.
The CleanTech Alliance represents 300 member organizations spanning six U.S. states and two Canadian provinces. Founded in 2007 by business and cleantech leaders, the Alliance facilitates the generation and growth of cleantech companies and jobs through a variety of educational programs, research, products and services. CleanTech Alliance members come from all facets of the clean technology industry sector, some of the region’s largest software firms, utilities, distributed energy companies, builders, law firms, financial services companies, universities, and more.
The CleanTech Alliance supports the opportunity that a Yes on 1631 presents for growing Washington’s clean-economy jobs and investment. We look forward to robust business engagement to win the Clean Air, Clean Energy initiative, as well as in implementing the policy in the months and years to come.