As we work to build back better, how can America forge an equitable and clean energy future, addressing environmental injustices and creating new economic opportunities for disadvantaged communities while rapidly decarbonizing? Virginia can serve as a model for this clean and equitable transition. Between policies like the Clean Economy Act and the Clean Energy Advisory Board, the Commonwealth has already laid the foundation, but there's much that remains to be done.
This event will bring together clean energy elected leaders in the General Assembly, business pioneers, and champions of diversity, equity, and inclusion to discuss how we use policy, technology, workforce development, and more to accelerate the transition while empowering communities of color, low-income populations, and historically disadvantaged groups. Join us!
U.S. Representative Don Beyer
U.S. Representative Donald McEachin
Senator Jennifer McClellan, Member of the Virginia Senate
Delegate Lashresce Aird, Member of the Virginia General Assembly
Nicole Steele, former Executive Director of Grid Alternatives and Co-Chair for Clean Energy for Biden
Patrice Lewis, Government Affairs Specialist at Gentry Locke & former staffer to Sen. Mark Warner
Tom Matzzie, President & CEO, CleanChoice Energy
Co-hosts: Molly Bauch, Harry Godfrey, Jim Kapsis, Praveen Kathpal, Nat Kreamer, Logan Landry, Karla Loeb, David Murray, Jigar Shah, Mike Smith, Rachel Smucker, Jeremy Woodrum, Andrew Williams, Yuri Horwitz