Coalition Letter Asking Congress to Support Robust Funding for Energy Innovation at Department of Energy

Mar 17, 2020

On March 17, the Combined Heat and Power Alliance signed onto a coalition letter with 56 other organizations, asking for continued, robust funding for the resources needed for vital research, development, demonstration, and commercial deployment activities across all areas of the Department of Energy (DOE), prioritizing increases where they will have the biggest climate impact.

Signatories cover a broad spectrum of interests, and include members of the Combined Heat and Power Alliance such as Alliance to Save Energy, American Gas Association, Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions, Heat is Power Association, Midwest Cogeneration Association, and Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance.

The full letter is available here.