Governor Hogan proclaims National Clean Energy Week in Maryland, September 20th – September 24th, 2021.
The Governor’s proclamation highlights Maryland’s goal of finding an affordable, clean, reliable, renewable, and resilient energy future. This includes a commitment to further use and developing and implementing clean and renewable energy technology in the state. Overall NCEW encompasses a diverse array of energy sources, including: “solar, wind, hydropower, geothermal, nuclear, natural gas, biomass, carbon capture, and waste-to-energy” (NCEW).
“I am proclaiming National Clean Energy Week in Maryland to highlight our state’s commitment to investing in renewable resources in order to address our nation’s economic and energy needs of the 21st century” (Governor Hogan).
“National Clean Energy Week is a celebration of the policies, industries, and innovations that power our daily lives while producing no or very little greenhouse gas emissions. Despite the very real technological and political challenges, a clean energy future is in our reach, and America is ready to lead the way” (NCEW).