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Welcome to The Hallway Track

Welcome to The Hallway Track, a new virtual gathering place for energy and sustainability leaders! Like hotel hallways during a work conference, The Hallway Track is the one place that will bring us all together again to collaborate, connect and move our projects forward.

Click on an area of the hallway in the interactive map below to learn about each session and host. Once you’ve selected a session, save your spot by submitting the registration form below.

Slide February Session - "Municipal Climate Action Plans – What Happens Next?"
Host: Greg Sponseller, Energy and Sustainability Analyst with the City of Raleigh
Date: 02/23/2021 @ 4pm EST



To help reduce the impact of climate change, municipalities across the country are increasingly turning to climate action plans to meet emissions reduction goals. But developing and implementing a strategic and comprehensive road map can be a complex process. What’s the best way to get started and how do you maintain momentum?

In this roundtable discussion hosted by Greg Sponseller, Energy and Sustainability Analyst with the City of Raleigh, you and a small group of peers from across the country will have the opportunity to discuss climate action plans for both municipal operations and the entire community.

No formal plan in place? No problem! Join the conversation to discuss sustainable trends (i.e., engagement, reporting and tracking success), ideas and problem-solving resources. Find out how your peers are engaging stakeholders to gain support for their climate action plans. And learn how climate action plans can not only help you achieve emissions reduction but also address equity, environmental justice and community resilience goals.


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February Session - "Municipal Climate Action Plans – What Happens Next?"

Host: Greg Sponseller, Energy and Sustainability Analyst with the City of Raleigh

Date: 02/23/2021 @ 4pm EST



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hallway track graphic + February Session

“Municipal Climate Action Plans – What Happens Next?”

Host: Greg Sponseller, Energy and Sustainability Analyst with the City of Raleigh
Date: 02/23/2010 @ 4pm EST

To help reduce the impact of climate change, municipalities across the country are increasingly turning to climate action plans to meet emissions reduction goals. But developing and implementing a strategic and comprehensive road map can be a complex process. What’s the best way to get started and how do you maintain momentum?

In this roundtable discussion hosted by Greg Sponseller, Energy and Sustainability Analyst with the City of Raleigh, you and a small group of peers from across the country will have the opportunity to discuss climate action plans for both municipal operations and the entire community.

No formal plan in place? No problem! Join the conversation to discuss sustainable trends (i.e., engagement, reporting and tracking success), ideas and problem-solving resources. Find out how your peers are engaging stakeholders to gain support for their climate action plans. And learn how climate action plans can not only help you achieve emissions reduction but also address equity, environmental justice and community resilience goals.

Registration

Ready to network and move your energy and sustainability project forward?

Fill out and submit the interest form below to let us know you’d like to attend. Don’t wait — sessions are capped at 10 participants and may fill up quickly!

Disclaimer

Duke Energy One (“DEOne”), Duke Energy Renewables (“DE Renewables”) and REC Solar are not the same companies as Duke Energy Corporation’s regulated utilities, including Duke Energy Carolinas, Duke Energy Florida, Duke Energy Kentucky, Duke Energy Indiana, Duke Energy Ohio and Duke Energy Progress (“Regulated Utilities”); DEOne, DE Renewables and REC Solar are not in any way sanctioned by the state utility commissions regulating the Regulated Utilities; Purchasers of products or services from DEOne, DE Renewables and REC Solar will receive no preference or special treatment from the Regulated Utilities; and a customer does not have to buy products or services from DEOne, DE Renewables or REC Solar in order to continue to receive the same safe and reliable electric or gas service from the Regulated Utilities. Nonpayment for these products or services may result in removal from the program, but will not result in disconnection of electric or gas service by the Regulated Utilities.
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