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Administrator Regan Recognizes Outgoing Chair Joanne Throwe August 12, 2021 Contact Information EPA Press Office (press@epa.gov) WASHINGTON – ​Today, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael S. Regan announced the selection of Kerry E. O’Neill as the chair of the Environmental Financial Advisory Board (EFAB). She succeeds Joanne Throwe, whose six-year term
BY MARK WOLFE, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR — 08/13/21 11:30 AM EDT THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY CONTRIBUTORS ARE THEIR OWN AND NOT THE VIEW OF THE HILL © iStock Achieving President Biden’s goal to move the nation to a net-zero energy economy by the year 2050 will require a massive change in how we as a
Original Article written by Womble Bond Dickinson Last month, Womble Bond Dickinson launched “Doing Well by Doing Good,” a thought leadership series focused on ways in which environmental and social governance impact business. The following article summarizes “Green Finance is Infrastructure: The $100 Billion Opportunity for Green Banks,” a presentation
Inclusive Prosperity Capital’s tax equity partnership with Greenprint Capital, as well as a debt facility with the Connecticut Green Bank, will allow IPC to acquire, develop, construct, and operate distributed solar projects in underserved markets. Rocky Hill, CT, December 2, 2020 — Inclusive Prosperity Capital, Inc. (IPC), a mission-driven specialty
Case Study: Inclusive Prosperity Capital In this short case study, learn about the Kresge Social Investment Practice’s investment in Inclusive Prosperity Capital. This investment will back installation of resilient power systems that combine solar panels and batteries on roughly a dozen affordable housing and community buildings in low-income neighborhoods. These combined systems

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