SSTI Webinar: Clean, Green and Local: Why States Are Taking the Lead in Cleantech
April 19, 2012 @ 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Clean, Green and Local: Why States Are Taking the Lead in Cleantech
Though many states have implemented programs to boost the use of clean energy technologies, only a handful have fully leveraged the potential of energy policy to support their state’s innovation system. The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation’s (ITIF) Matthew Stepp, Mark Muro of the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings and Lewis Milford of the Clean Energy Group will explore ways that the technology-based economic development (TBED) community can better leverage cleantech policy and programs to spur greater innovation, economic development and industry expansion. We will also take a look at the role that states and regions play in the clean energy economy and how some have used clean energy funds to support research, tech commercialization and the creation of new companies.
- Lewis Milford, Founder and President of Clean Energy Group
- Mark Muro, Senior Fellow and Policy Director, Metropolitan Policy Program the Brookings Institution
- Matthew Stepp, Clean Energy Policy Analyst, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Date: Thursday, April 19
Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST
Cost: $49 member, $69 non-members
Registration Deadline: Thursday, April 19 12:00 PM EST
Login Instructions: Emailed to participants on Monday, April 16
Last date to request a refund or cancel registration: Thursday, April 12
SSTI is the most comprehensive resource available for those involved in technology-based economic development.
As the most comprehensive resource available for those involved in technology-based economic development, SSTI offers the services that are needed to help build tech-based economies.
Since its inception in 1996, SSTI has developed a nationwide network of practitioners and policymakers dedicated to improving the economy through science and technology. This network has resulted in unique access to information. SSTI uses this access to assist states and communities as they build tech-based economies, conduct research on best practices and trends in tech-based economic development, and encourage cooperation among and between state and federal programs.