CRI and Mission Innovation Highlighted at The Current Happy Hour

Join us at The Current happy hour on Dec. 1 to hear the latest policy updates—particularly Mission Innovation, an initiative to double public investment in clean energy research and development. Learn about federal funding opportunities for your company, programs to help you partner with government agencies (such as Chain Reaction Innovations at Argonne National Laboratory), and ways you can engage in the policy conversation.

The event is hosted by Pew Charitable Trusts’ Clean Energy Business Network and the Smart Grid Cluster.

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