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Business Voice for the Environment
April 1, 2013
E2 Member and Beloved Friend
Legislators need to hear business voice for clean energy, says E2 member
March 20, 2013 San Francisco Event
E2 Galvanizes Support for Bold Transportation Plan
Massachusetts hosts EV Roundtable
Diversifying Fuel Sources in Oregon
Earlier this month, we lost a member of our E2 family, John Neu. John was a true "environmental entrepreneur" who built one of the world's leading recycling businesses and demonstrated how to run a highly profitable business on sound environmental principles. He was a philanthropist who contributed his intellect, energy and time, as well as generous funds, to the many causes he supported. He was a constant presence at E2 New York events, where his beloved wife Wendy is a chapter director. We will miss him deeply...read more >
Jacob Susman  
The debate on energy policy continues  
In 2007, E2 member Jacob Susman invested his personal savings in his new wind energy business. Since then, Susman's company, OwnEnergy, based in Brooklyn, N.Y., has grown into a successful business that's developed and sold three separate wind energy projects, with more in the pipeline.

One of Susman's completed projects is the Patton Wind Farm. Located about a two-hour drive east of Pittsburgh, the 30-megawatt project was developed on land that's been farmed by the...read more >
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Nicole Lederer and Brigadier General
The State of California and the U.S. Military are two of the world’s most formidable powers - and they are both committed to clean energy.
As California strives to meet the carbon emission reductions mandated under the Global Warming Bill, and as the military seeks to untether itself from dependence on fossil fuel, these two goliaths have converged on one agenda, creating enormous opportunities for economic growth.

Last month, E2 was joined by CA Air Resources Board Chair Mary...read more >
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MA business taxes in context of the rest of the nation  
The problem: how to fix a broken system
The Massachusetts' transportation system is crumbling and in disrepair -- endangering safety, the economy and our quality of life. The system has a crushing burden of debt with insufficient revenue to even maintain its current condition.  Nearly half of all bridges are either structurally deficient or functionally obsolete.[1]  Our roads ranked 45th worst out of 50 states in 2010.[2]  Many MBTA vehicles dating from the...read more >
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Charging an electric vehicle  
Massachusetts has concluded that electric vehicles will have to be part of the mix in achieving the state’s ambitious climate targets.  With that in mind, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, in conjunction with Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) and Environment Northeast (ENE) hosted a daylong conference on March 7 to discuss the current status of electric vehicle (EV) adoption in Massachusetts and to explore ideas to speed that adoption.

EVs role in meeting climate goals
Massachusetts has the...read more >
The Oregon contingency of the Pacific Northwest chapter has been working diligently to lift the 2015 sunset from the Clean Fuels Program in their state.  Members Chris Dennett, Trevor Winnie, Bill Boyk and E2 staffer Mary Solecki took Salem by storm on February 28, visiting a whopping 17 offices in one day.

Separately, Oregon members penned three Letters to the Editor in strong support of the Clean Fuels Program, all published in the same day. One of them can be found online here. The Oregon Clean Fuels Program is...read more >
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