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The FAST Act’s looming expiration date in September and the Biden administration’s release of its $2 trillion American Jobs Plan has Capitol Hill debating what constitutes infrastructure.

There is bipartisan agreement that modernizing our infrastructure is not just a long-overdue investment, but a great tool to stimulate the economy in the wake of COVID-19. That said, infrastructure investments are costly, which presents a problem for state and local governments,...

With 11 educational sessions, nearly 40 speakers, and even one virtual cocktail class, it would be hard to sum up EE Global Forum 2021 in a single word.

We are just days away from EE Global Forum 2021, the signature energy efficiency event hosted by the Alliance, on Tuesday, May 4, 2021. The virtual format means this is the very first EE Global open to the public – allowing us to bring...

It looks like 2021 might actually be the year for infrastructure on Capitol Hill. After months of infrastructure week jokes, there is bipartisan agreement, due to both the urgent need for repairs and the opportunity to stimulate job growth, that it’...

The 2021 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook, the ninth annual joint report on the state of the clean energy sector published by the Business Council for Sustainable Energy and BloombergNEF, provides a comprehensive overview of how the United States’...

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