A new C2ES ad in POLITICO highlights 25 companies that are calling on Congress and President Biden to pass climate and energy investments now.
ABB • American Airlines • ArcelorMittal • bp America • Carrier Global Corporation • CMS Energy • Constellation Energy • Cummins, Inc • Daikin US Corporation • DSM • Duke Energy • Equinor • Exelon • General Electric • Holcim US • Johnson Controls • LanzaTech • National Grid • PG&E Corporation • Proterra • PSEG • Schneider Electric • Shell • Southern Company • Trane Technologies
Today’s agreement by Leader Schumer & Sen Manchin on the Inflation Reduction Act including climate & energy provisions is welcome news.
This package includes key investments that will boost America’s energy security, lower costs for consumers and help to meet our climate goals.
The companies cite climate and clean energy investments as critical to help us win the clean energy future; Strengthening our Energy Security, Meeting our Climate Goals, and Lowering Costs for Consumers.
See the POLITICO Ad:
Leading businesses across the country have been stepping up at a critical moment to support ambitious climate action in Washington.
Support for the Build Back Better climate and clean energy provisions
In February, 27 companies jointly urged Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) to enact the climate provisions of the Build Back Better framework to make the United States more competitive in a low-carbon global economy. Signatories include ABB, ArcelorMittal, bp America, CMS Energy, Constellation, Cummins Inc, Daikin U.S. Corporation, DSM, DTE Energy, Duke Energy, Edison International, Entergy Corporation, Ford Motor Company, General Electric, HP Inc., Intel Corporation, LafargeHolcim, LanzaTech, National Grid, PG&E Corporation, Proterra, PSEG, Salesforce, Schneider Electric, Shell, Southern Company, and Trane Technologies.
As Congress considered infrastructure legislation last summer, forty-one leading companies called on Congress to prioritize investments that can accelerate the transition to a resilient net-zero economy in any infrastructure legislation. It was endorsed by ADM; AECOM; American Electric Power; Amazon; American Airlines; Arconic Corporation; Arizona Public Service Company; Bank of America; BASF Corporation; BHP; Carrier Corporation; Citi; CMS Energy; Danone North America; Dominion Energy; Dow, Inc.; DSM; Duke Energy; DuPont; Edison International; Entergy Corporation; Exelon; HP Inc.; IBM; Intel Corporation; Johnson Controls; LafargeHolcim; LanzaTech; Mars, Incorporated; National Grid; NRG Energy; Ørsted Offshore, North America; PG&E Corporation; PSEG; Schneider Electric; Shell; Siemens Energy, Inc.; Southern Company; Trane Technologies; Unilever United States; and Wells Fargo.
Leading U.S. Companies Call on Joe Biden for ambitious and durable clean energy legislation
As Joe Biden prepared to take office in January 2021, 46 leading U.S. companies urged President-elect Joe Biden and the new Congress to work together to enact ambitious, durable, and bipartisan climate policies. The statement was signed by Amazon; Bank of America; BASF Corporation; BHP; bp; Cargill; Carrier Corporation; The Chemours Company; Citi; Danone North America; Dominion Energy; Dow Inc.; DSM; DTE Energy; DuPont; Edison International; Entergy Corporation; Exelon Corporation; Ford Motor Company; General Motors; Goldman Sachs; Google; HP Inc.; IBM; Intel Corporation; Johnson Controls; JPMorgan Chase; LafargeHolcim; Microsoft Corporation; Morgan Stanley; National Grid; Nestlé; NRG Energy, Inc.; Ørsted Offshore, North America; PG&E Corporation; PSEG; Schneider Electric; Shell; Total; Trane Technologies PLC; Unilever United States; and Walmart.
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