CRES Forum

Mission Statement

 
CRES Forum is a non-profit organization committed to educating the public and influencing the national conversation about commonsense clean energy. It is time for actionable, market-friendly, fiscally responsible clean energy solutions. Our organization aims to provide the most timely and technically rigorous information to decision-makers and individuals so they are empowered to act. We also host forums and events to demonstrate how clean energy policies grow jobs, strengthen the economy and protect our national security, while also helping to preserve our environment for future generations.

What is clean energy?

 
Clean energy starts with renewable energy-such as wind, solar, hydro, and geothermal sources-but it also includes waste to energy, nuclear, natural gas, and carbon capture technologies. At CRES Forum we believe in a free-market, all-of-the-above approach to energy with the goal of implementing the cleanest, lowest-emitting technologies available.

History

 
CRES Forum was launched in 2017 to serve a need for advanced educational tools that foster robust conversation, policy development and advocacy in support of free-market, clean energy solutions across the political spectrum. CRES Forum provides cutting-edge information on energy, climate and environmental issues that harness the potential to lead America into a new century of innovative, pro-growth, and environmentally sustainable clean energy solutions.

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About CRES Forum

 
CRES Forum grew out of a lack of advanced educational tools that hindered robust conversation, policy development and advocacy in support of free-market, clean energy solutions across the political spectrum. CRES Forum provides cutting edge statistical analysis, quantitative research and effective communication of energy, climate and environmental issues that harness the potential to lead America into a new century of innovative, pro-growth, and environmentally sustainable clean energy solutions. CRES Forum also hosts events to further public discussion of its mission.

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