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Ceres is the leading organizer of investor and company support for climate and clean energy policies in the U.S. By making the economic case for action, Ceres advances business leadership in support of innovative policies that will help accelerate the low-carbon future.

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Major Companies and Investors Urge California Legislators to Support State 100 Percent Renewable Energy Goal
August 22, 2017 /3BL Media/ - As California’s legislature considers boosting the state’s renewable energy goal to 100 percent of electricity generation by 2045, more than two dozen institutional investors and influential companies expressed their support of such a goal in two letters sent this week to the State Assembly. Nineteen companies, spanning industries from consumer goods to...
Aug 22, 2017 9:00 AM ET
Companies Urge Support for Strong Nevada Clean Energy Standard
Media Contacts: Abbi Whitaker | abbi@theabbiagency.com | 775-722-2254 Connie Liu | connie@theabbiagency.com | 775-224-0006 Sara Sciammacco – Ceres | sciammacco@ceres.org | 617-247-0700 x 172 May 30, 2017 /3BL...
May 30, 2017 3:00 PM ET
Ohio Employers Urge Lawmakers to Oppose Clean Energy Rollback Bill
As the Ohio House of Representatives prepares to vote on HB 114, major businesses and investors representing more than 30,000 employees, call on lawmakers to vote against the bill, a proposal that they say would dismantle the states renewable energy and energy efficiency standards and create prolonged uncertainty for the business and investor community....
Mar 30, 2017 10:00 AM ET
Businesses Seek Policy Certainty as Ohio Legislators Consider Rolling Back Clean Energy Standards
Today, Ceres and members from the business community came out in opposition to House Bill 114, legislation that would make Ohio’s renewable standards voluntary, weaken energy efficiency standards and allow commercial and industrial customers who use more than 700,000 kWH per year to opt out of energy saving programs. The bill comes just three months after Governor Kasich ...
Mar 8, 2017 1:50 PM ET

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