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Community Solar and President Biden's Solar Agenda
Join Trajectory Energy Partners and Brandon Hurlbut, former Chief of Staff at the Department of Energy for President Obama, for a discussion about community solar and how President Biden's solar agenda will expand solar access for everyone.

If you can't put solar panels on your own home, but want to support new renewable energy in Illinois with no upfront investment, you can now become a community solar subscriber. Tune in to learn more about program details, savings benefits, the contract terms, how to sign up, and more.

If you have more specific questions in the meantime, you can reach out to Hal Sprague at 847-204-4170 or hal@trajectoryenergy.com.

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Mar 3, 2021 07:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Brandon Hurlbut
Former Chief of Staff at the Department of Energy for President Obama
Brandon Hurlbut is a leader on climate policy, finance, technology, advocacy, law, politics, and media. He served in the Obama Administration as US Department of Energy Chief of Staff and in the White House as the President's liaison to the energy and environment cabinet agencies. Brandon provided leadership and counsel to the White House and Cabinet Secretaries during high profile initiatives and challenges including deployment of $90 billion in clean energy investments under the Obama Recovery Act, the Fukushima nuclear accident in Japan, the Gulf oil spill, and Hurricane Sandy. At the DOE, Brandon served on the investment committee for its $38 billion clean energy fund. Brandon holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and BA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.