U.S Climate Action Week

Climate Action

Kanin Energy is pleased to participate in U.S. Climate Action Week (April 19-23, 2021) which brings together side events, announcements and other key moments to complement the Leaders Summit on Climate being hosted by the Biden Administration on April 22-23. Join us on April 20 for the event on “Translating Climate Ambition into Clean Energy Jobs” and see our CEO, Janice Tran, on the corporate panel.

The job creation potential of the clean energy transition is strong and enduring. The market signals generated by a new U.S. national climate goal can help the economy rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic, create employment opportunities to underrepresented and out-of-work communities, and incentivize the development of tomorrow’s workforce. These benefits can expand with the right policy support and by forging new partnerships with the business community.

Advancing the deployment of the portfolio of existing clean energy technologies will make our economy stronger and healthier. It will increase our energy productivity and security and enhance our resilience against extreme weather events.

This panel of private sector executives will talk about what policy tools and public investments are needed to translate U.S. climate ambition into jobs and economic benefits, while delivering health and environmental improvements to communities across the country.

Hosted by:  Business Council for Sustainable Energy, Clean Energy Business Network, Alliance to Save Energy, American Clean Power Association, American Gas Association, E2, North American Insulation Manufacturers Association, Solar Energy Industries Association, U.S. Green Building Council and supported by C2ES.

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