CEN letter to FERC Commissioner Mark Christie

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RE: Docket No. RM21-17-000  Dear Commissioner Christie,  This letter is being sent to you from the Conservative Energy Network (CEN) regarding the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC or Commission) pending regional transmission and cost allocation rule. CEN exists to educate and lead conservatives on all conversations regarding a clean energy future. CEN works to encourage […]


CEN letter to FERC Chairman Willie Phillips

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RE: Docket No. RM21-17-000  Dear Chairman Phillips,  This letter is being sent to you from the Conservative Energy Network (CEN) regarding the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC or Commission) pending regional transmission and cost allocation rule. CEN exists to educate and lead conservatives on all conversations regarding a clean energy future. CEN works to encourage […]


A quest for ‘green liberty’: How America’s eco-republicans are trying to reclaim the right

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By Devin Hartman Originally published in Corporate Knights | January 25, 2024 Corporate Knights reached out to conservatives in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. who are hoping to steer their parties toward a more sustainable future. We asked all three the same question: what is your prescription for green conservatives? Read our introduction here. Political movements are […]


Virginia’s Energy Renaissance: Transforming Coal Lands into a Renewable Future

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On November 1st, Governor Glenn Youngkin announced a monumental step towards diversifying the energy market in Virginia and reinvigorating the economy in the towns and areas devastated by the closures of coal plants in the southwest region. Youngkin announced that a new development agreement will establish a framework for public and private sectors to transform […]


Statement from Conservative Energy Network on Announcement of Regional Clean Energy Hydrogen Hubs

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CEN CONTACT: Joanna Lewis – jlewis@conservativeenergynetwork.org October 19, 2023 – Lansing, Mich. – Last Friday the Department of Energy announced $7 billion to launch seven regional clean hydrogen hubs. The following statement can be attributed to John Szoka, CEO of the Conservative Energy Network (CEN). “CEN state teams across the country worked diligently to build […]


Conservative Energy Network Announces Promotions and Hirings

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New Positions Include Vice President, Policy Manager, Midwest Regional Deputy Director, and Senior Campaigns Manager CEN Contact: Joanna Lewis –  jlewis@conservativeenergynetwork.org October 18, 2023 – LANSING, Mich. – The Conservative Energy Network (CEN), a coalition of 24 state-based conservative clean energy organizations, today announced the hiring of Connor Marley and the promotions of Larry Ward, […]


Commentary: Offshore wind is a win for North Carolina

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Originally Published in Energy News Network Landing an automobile manufacturing plant is a major win for a state, both economically and politically. In March 2023 VinFast announced that it would invest $4 billion to build a new automotive manufacturing plant in North Carolina that would create over 7,500 jobs. This was widely celebrated by politicians […]


CEN Applauds State Proclamations Recognizing September 25-29, 2023 as Clean Energy Week

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECEN CONTACT: Joanna Lewis, jlewis@conservativeenergynetwork.org September 25, 2023 – LANSING, Mich. – The Conservative Energy Network (CEN) applauds the 34 governors who have signed proclamations recognizing September 25-29, 2023 as Clean Energy Week in their states. The proclamations were issued in cooperation with National Clean Energy Week (NCEW), an annual initiative, founded by […]


Ensuring Energy Reliability in the Transition to Clean Energy | Part 2

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Read Part 1 Energy reliability is a pivotal factor in maintaining the essential functions of our society. Recent events shed light on the susceptibility of isolated energy systems. The lack of grid interconnection parallels the reliability challenges faced by energy models like Community Choice Aggregators and reveals the necessity of bolstering interconnection to ensure energy […]


Using Community Solar To Protect Energy Freedom

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Originally Published in Real Clear Energy Whether it’s record heat advisories across the Midwest, threat of blackouts in Texas, or unprecedented tornadoes and tropical storms, consumers’ ability to rely on their respective state grids has been seriously tested. And has often failed in recent months. Thankfully, solutions are already cropping up across the country. More states are witnessing a diversified energy portfolio […]


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