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Leaders are learners. Washington state is a climate action leader. And that’s good for Washington, as it positions us well to prosper in the burgeoning clean economy. But we’re not alone, as other states too are innovating in business and public...

Green Energy Superpower… in Centralia!

On Monday we highlighted the Sila Nanotechnologies announcement of plans to open a hydro powered operation in Moses Lake to produce advanced lithium-ion anode battery materials for electric vehicles. On Wednesday we highlighted the announcement by...

Investing in WA’s future

On Monday we highlighted the Sila Nanotechnologies announcement of plans to open a hydro powered operation in Moses Lake to produce advanced lithium-ion anode battery materials for electric vehicles. Today we highlight another major WA clean energy...

Charging up WA’s economy

In an example of public policy sparking private investment, Sila Nanotechnologies announced plans to open a hydro powered operation in Moses Lake to produce advanced lithium-ion anode battery materials for electric vehicles. Sila projected it could...

Caffeine for cars

As more drivers move from burning gas to draining batteries, the availability of EV charging stations presents both challenge and opportunity. Washington’s own Starbucks sees opportunity, announcing a pilot partnership with Volvo, to install EV...

“You can still buy a horse”

So says Washington State Senator Marko Liias, Chair of the Senate Transportation Committee. Tom Banse of Northwest News Network asked Liias why the state didn’t mandate EVs for all new car sales after 2030 rather than simply setting a goal. Liias...

Must-see TV

TVW recorded our Future of Carbon Policy Forum at the Climate Pledge Arena.   Today we share a link to TVW’s coverage of the State Perspectives Panel, featuring Washington State Senators Christine Rolfes and Marko Liias, and Washington State...

Binge-worthy television

TVW recorded our Future of Carbon Policy Forum at the Climate Pledge Arena.   Today we share a link to TVW’s coverage of the Federal Perspectives Panel, moderated by Washington State Senator Reuven Carlyle and featuring United States Representative...

4th Annual Future of Carbon Policy Forum

The future is closer than we think. Those who track such things report that George Jetson was born in 2022. (Thanks to WA State Senator Marko Liias for bringing this to our attention.) Though flying cars may yet be years away, other innovations are...

Future of Carbon Policy Forum: Make Thursday Memorable

Don’t miss this opportunity to register for Thursday’s Future of Carbon Policy Forum. It’s an event you’ll talk about on Friday, and remember for a long time. (Can you say that about whatever it is that’s sitting on your Thursday calendar now?)Are...

Join Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz at Climate Forum

Next Thursday’s 4th Annual Future of Carbon Policy Forum at Climate Pledge Arena features a roster of dynamic speakers and special guests. And now we’re pleased to announce that Hilary Franz, Commissioner of Public Lands, will be there too!...

Future of Carbon Policy Forum: Meet other climate optimists

The New York Times ran a short piece that said, “We have reason for hope on climate change”. That may seem like wishful thinking in the face of yesterday’s headline, “World hurtling to climate danger zone”. But at Clean & Prosperous Washington,...

Giuliani Award Finalist: Promus Energy

In recognition of meaningful advances in Washington-based clean energy innovation and in the spirit of our founder, the 1st annual David & Patricia Giuliani Clean Energy Entrepreneur Award will be presented on Thursday April 14th at the Future...

Sen. Rolfes and Rep. Boehnke join Future of Carbon Policy Forum

On Thursday, April 14 from 3 to 6pm we will bring together policy makers, business leaders, and community stakeholders at our Future of Carbon Policy Forum at the Climate Pledge Arena. Joining an already-impressive roster of policy leaders are...

Giuliani Award Finalist: Kenworth

In recognition of meaningful advances in Washington-based clean energy innovation and in the spirit of our founder, the 1st annual David & Patricia Giuliani Clean Energy Entrepreneur Award will be presented on Thursday April 14th at the Future...

Senator Liias joins our Future of Carbon Policy Forum

On Thursday, April 14 from 3 to 6pm we will bring together policy makers, business leaders, and community stakeholders at our Future of Carbon Policy Forum at the Climate Pledge Arena.  We’re especially pleased to welcome Senate Transportation...

Giuliani Award Finalist: All American Marine

In recognition of meaningful advances in Washington-based clean energy innovation and in the spirit of our founder, the 1st annual David & Patricia Giuliani Clean Energy Entrepreneur Award will be presented on Thursday April 14th at the Future...

H2, Part 2

On Monday we highlighted the opportunity our state has for federal funding of a regional H2Hub. The prospects for Washington to win a Department of Energy grant were improved with passage of SB 5910 “Accelerating the availability and use of...

Can WA be a Clean Hydrogen Hub?

The bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that was signed into law by President Joe Biden included $8 billion towards the development of at least four regional clean hydrogen hubs, aka “H2Hubs”. The Act defines a “regional clean...

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