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Congressional Candidates To Provide Input On Energy Policies

The Arizona Energy Consortium (AEC), a committee of the Arizona Technology Council, announced that it has invited the state’s District Nine congressional candidates to attend its next regularly scheduled meeting to discuss their energy policies. The meeting is Friday, June 15, 2012 at 9 a.m. in the Phoenix office of Greenberg Traurig, LLP.

“As Arizona positions itself to be a leader in solar energy production and grow the industry in both our state and nationally, the AEC’s updated Arizona Solar Strategic Plan establishes the foundation for us to move the discussion and planning efforts forward,” said Michelle De Blasi, a shareholder and Phoenix Group Chair of the Energy and Infrastructure Practice at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, as well as co-chair of the AEC. “Through increased collaboration among energy sector participants, including the legislators, we look forward to identifying ways to integrate into our diverse energy mix the many facets of solar production — solar generation, technology innovation and manufacturing.”

Christopher Davey, Executive Director of EnviroMission and co-chair of the AEC, commented, “We are thrilled that the congressional candidates will join the AEC and share their policies on Arizona’s Energy Future.”

According to the AEC, the congressional candidates confirmed to attend the meeting include Andrei Cherney, Travis Grantham, Leah Campos Schandlbauer, David Schapira, Kyrsten Sinema and Jeff Thompson.

For more information on the Arizona Technology Council and their energy policies, visit Arizona Technology Council’s website at aztechcouncil.org.