January 11, 2021
Awards
Internal Awards Energy Leadership Achievement Awards Award Winner Profiles Tony Usibelli Award Winner Profile  Virginia Emery Award Winner Profile  Michael Pomfret Award Winner Profile  Tom Ranken Award Winner Profile  External Awards 6 CleanTech Alliance Members Named in PSBJ’s 100 Most Powerful, Influential People in Washington  Two CleanTech Alliance Members Honored in Puget Sound Business Journal’s […]

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January 8, 2021
PPP & EIDL Loans: What You Need to Know!
Congress renewed the PPP loan program on December 27th, and during the week of January 11th the program will reboot specifically for community financial institutions, followed by second-drawers on the 13th, and finally opening to all sometime in March. PPP loans have been a lifeline for many businesses, and we want the CleanTech Community to […]

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December 18, 2020
Commerce awards $9.8 million for electric vehicle charging infrastructure throughout the state
Source: Washington state Department of Commerce, December 17, 2020 The Washington State Department of Commerce today announced $9.8 million in Electrification of Transportation Systems (ETS) grants for 14 projects in communities across the state. Priority was given to projects designed to close gaps in availability of EV charging infrastructure and aid communities disproportionately impacted by […]

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November 30, 2020
Commentary: Eight mayors – We need a Marshall Plan for Middle America
Source: Mayors William Peduto, Jamael Tito Brown, Nan Whaley, Andrew Ginther, John Cranley, Steve Williams, Ron Dulaney Jr. and Greg Fische. Washington Post, November 20, 2020 Every four years, voters in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky are told how important they are to American industry, but once the election is over, nothing happens. The United States now has a president-elect who comes […]

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November 2, 2020
2021 Policy Update Happy Hour
E8 and the CleanTech Alliance invite you to join us virtually to hear from experts about how the election (no matter the outcome) will affect clean tech policy in 2021 and beyond – followed by virtual networking! Stay tuned for a speaker list, but RSVP earlier to ensure your spot!

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