The $1 billion fund shows that the private sector is an important partner in the development of clean, affordable, and reliable energy.
Fanning joins a group of America’s leading business executives who came together in 2010 to promote energy innovation.
AEIC commends Sens. Cory Gardner (R-CO) and Gary Peters (D-MI) on the introduction of legislation (S.3084) to reauthorize the America COMPETES Act.
Through passage of their respective energy bills, the House and Senate have taken a number of steps to bolster American energy innovation.
Widespread public sector investment in basic energy technology is critical to complement private investment and drive long-term economic growth in America and globally.
AEIC commended passage of an amendment by Sens. Dick Durbin and Lamar Alexander to increase funding for the Office of Science by $2.7 billion through fiscal year 2020.
The American Energy Innovation Council announces a symposium on Driving Resources into Energy Innovation On July 23, the American Energy Innovation Council (AEIC) will gather experts, business leaders, academics and policymakers in Washington, DC, to assess the state of American energy innovation and new approaches to drive more resources into it. AEIC is pleased to[…]