LAS VEGAS - September 29, 2017 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Ohio Governor John Kasich, California Governor Jerry Brown and Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker will join Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval for a discussion on states' clean energy initiatives at the "National Clean Energy Summit 9.0: Integrating Innovation" (NCES 9.0) to be held at Bellagio Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on Friday, Oct. 13.
"Each governor has a vision for their own state and as chief executives, we have a responsibility to pursue and enact the best policies to help our citizens thrive. Governors Kasich, Brown and Baker are all implementing policies to develop their state's unique renewable and clean energy portfolios and I am grateful they will share the stage with me in Las Vegas to discuss energy policies, best practices and opportunities," said Governor Brian Sandoval. "It's truly at the state level where innovation and energy development is happening and I am proud to bring these national leaders to the Silver State for a discussion on these important topics."
The governors will discuss how states can drive economic development and job growth with policies and investments in clean energy research, development and deployment.
WHO: Governor John Kasich has been governor of Ohio since January 2011. During his nine terms in Congress, from 1983 to 2001, he was chairman of the House Budget Committee and a member of the Armed Services Committee.
Governor Jerry Brown is currently serving his fourth term as Governor of California. He has served his state at both the state and local level for more than 40 years.
Governor Charlie Baker was inaugurated as the 72nd Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on January 8th, 2015, after several decades of service in both state government and the private sector.
WHEN: Friday, Oct. 13, 2017
Bellagio Resort & Casino
3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
WHAT: The National Clean Energy Summit is co-sponsored each year by the Clean Energy Project and MGM Resorts International and features world-class speakers and panelists. In its ninth year, the Summit has become the nation's foremost clean energy conversation. Speakers include:
REGISTER: For the latest information about the panels and panelists and to register for National Clean Energy Summit 9.0, please visit cleanenergysummit.org/registration.
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