Summit Sponsors

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Give to NCSE to strengthen the role of science in environmental policy.

If you have any questions regarding updated sponsorship information please contact David Blockstein, Ph.D, CEREL Executive Secretary at david@NCSEglobal.org or 301-906-5143.


A heartfelt thank you to our 2016 Sponsors!

Lead Sponsor:

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Visit the National Science Foundation.

5 Kilowatt Sponsor:

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Visit Worthington Energy Innovations.

1 Kilowatt Sponsor:

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CEREL also partnered with OurEnergyPolicy.org, a non-partisan nonprofit that engages experts and policymakers from across the professional and ideological spectrum in a transparent, substantive, solutions-oriented national conversation on energy policy.

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OurEnergyPolicy.org (OEP) seeks to advance the development of sound U.S. energy policies by providing a non-partisan, online platform for substantive energy policy discussions. The weekly dialogues take place among more than 1,000 approved experts from every sector – industry, academia, government, law, finance, non-profits, advocacy and more – and from all over the country.  The discussions  identify areas of consensus, sharpen points of differentiation and encourage creative problem solving about U.S. domestic energy policy, serving as a resource for federal, state and local policymakers, as well as for journalists. OEP does not have or endorse any specific political, programmatic, policy, or technological agendas, but rather seeks to facilitate a broad discussion from all points of view.

OurEnergyPolicy.org also serves as a destination and one-stop resource hub for all things energy policy. Its free Resource Library contains thousands of studies, reports, papers and more on energy issues, and the site also provides aggregated Energy Headlines, and a national Energy Events Calendar. Register as an “expert” or sign up to receive updates at www.OurEnergyPolicy.org.