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Clean Energy and Technology Staff Association Earth Day Happy Hour

  • 1101 First Street Northeast Washington, DC, 20002 United States (map)

The Clean Energy and Technology Staff Association is hosting our inaugural happy hour of the 116th Congress! Join us for an evening of networking with staffers across the Hill while celebrating the Earth Day Proclamation of 1970. If you are interested in clean energy policies that promote efficient energy consumption as well as clean air and water then CETSA might be the community for you. Come on out and meet the CETSA officers and learn more about our association. This will be a great opportunity to catch up with familiar faces and introduce some new members. So grab a coworker and come on out.

Wunder Garten at NoMa is located just behind Union Station and is very accessible from the NoMa Metro Station. There will be food onsite via Caliburger Washington DC; a mix of burgers and Oktoberfest inspired dishes. This is an indoor/outdoor space so we will be there rain or shine.

For staffers who are interested in clean energy issues, we invite you to join the Clean Energy & Technology Staff Association! CETSA is a bipartisan congressional staff organization dedicated to promoting the education and adoption of clean energy technologies. Clean energy technologies have demonstrated vast potential in the American energy space and will ultimately lead to consumer savings, cleaner air and water, and more sustainable resource consumption. America's energy landscape is rapidly changing and with highly important questions related to issues such as storage, natural resources, the expansion of renewable energy,  and development of carbon capture technologies, it is more important than ever to foster a network of collaboration and information sharing. Better planning of America's energy usage will in turn contribute to enhanced preservation of our public lands and environmental safety, protecting and improving the lives of Americans for years to come.

CETSA aims to promote collaboration and networking amongst like-minded staffers committed to the expansion and adoption of clean energy technology within America's energy systems. To that end, we also hope to engage with relevant stakeholders in the DC area to develop partnerships with many of the relevant experts in the energy space. We'd love to have you as a part of this community as we work toward a larger goal of protecting our planet through clean and sustainable energy practices.

To join, please contact C.ETSA@mail.house.gov. Our Facebook page can be found here.