The National Coalition of Organizations has declared February 1-5, 2010 to be Clean Energy Week, as organizations from across the U.S. hold a variety of events to encourage and support the passage of clean energy and climate policies now pending in Congress. The objective is to engage the Administration and Congress in taking action on the top environmental and economic priorities of the American people:
- Renewable energy
- Energy efficiency.
Check out the wide range of activities taking place on Capitol Hill and across Washington,
DC to bring attention to the policies needed for a clean energy economy.