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National Clean Energy Summit

CAPAF and Sen. Harry Reid hosted an event to bring together leaders from many fields to discuss the future of clean energy.

A man walks down the hallway near his cell June 2017, in San Quentin, California. (Getty/Ezra Shaw)
A man walks down the hallway near his cell June 2017, in San Quentin, California. (Getty/Ezra Shaw)

This week’s National Clean Energy Summit at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas produced an ambitious yet attainable outline for the future of clean energy in America and throughout the world.

Nevada Senator Harry Reid, UNLV, and the Center for American Progress Action Fund partnered to host the summit. Bringing together leaders in government, business, science, labor, and research, the summit convened with the goal of developing a set of guiding principles to deliver to the upcoming national political conventions.

View video footage from the event, including President William Jefferson Clinton’s opening remarks, on the National Clean Energy Summit website.