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How can counties leverage clean energy infrastructure to best serve their community? Join NACo’s BRECC National Network learning session and hear from efforts in Nicholas County, W Va., to build a solar installation on reclaimed coal mine land and develop an impactful community benefits agreement with the local community college. This webinar will also share how  counties can receive technical assistance and funding support through the U.S. Department of Energy’s SolSmart Technical Assistance and Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grants.

Speakers

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Erich Miarka

Development Director, Savion, LLC
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Bonny Copenhaver, Ed. D.

President, New River Community and Technical College
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Robert Sozanski

Deployment Manager, Office of Manufacturing and Energy Supply Chain, U.S. Department of Energy
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Zach Greene

Senior Manager, Clean Energy, World Resources Institute

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