The clean energy transition is here, and it’s a time of tremendous opportunity and excitement as the pace of the transition seemingly accelerates by the day. This shift to a 21st century clean energy economy will be one of the dominant stories of the next decade, and to help overcome the transition’s challenges and ensure U.S. homes and businesses are increasingly powered by clean energy, we’re thrilled to announce the formation of the American Clean Power Association (ACP).
ACP brings together wind, solar, transmission, and storage companies, along with manufacturers and construction companies, developers and owners/operators, utilities, financial firms, and corporate purchasers to advocate on behalf of the clean power industry. All the different kinds of companies involved in building the utility-scale clean energy projects of the future are now uniting behind a powerful common voice.
To raise awareness of the new association, we launched the industry’s first ever national digital advertising campaign, showcasing the size and economic punch of U.S. clean power and its massive future potential. The campaign, called “All Ready,” will run online and on social media. It highlights the innovation, growth, and investment happening across the country to make clean power the dominant form of energy in the U.S. We also unveiled our new website, where you’ll find overviews on the latest industry-driving initiatives, position perspectives, and nationwide state-by-state facts on workforce, investments, and outputs.
Amidst this excitement and optimism, I’d like to welcome you to The Power Line Blog! This is the place to find breaking clean energy news and analysis, deep dives into new reports and research, stories about the men and women powering the clean energy transition, innovations and influencers driving the industry forward, and much more. Thank you for visiting The Power Line, and we hope to become your authoritative clean energy news source in the months and years to come. And we want to hear from you! Drop us a line and let us know if you like what you find here and if there are any stories you’d like us to cover. And don’t forget to follow us on social media where you can find additional content on Twitter @USCleanPower, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
The future is here and it’s getting cleaner by the day—thanks for joining us on this groundbreaking journey!