Asim Haque, chairman and CEO of the PUC of Ohio, on why renewable energy is bipartisan

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Scott Breor, director at the Department of Homeland Security, on infrastructural resilience

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UPS’s Tom Madrecki, director of urban innovation and mobility, on driving the transition to alternative-fuel fleets

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A new research report from UPS and GreenBiz presented new findings that also confirmed what many in the industry had already suspected: “the value of partnership, among OEMs, users and cities, all together at the table,” said Tom Madrecki, director of urban innovation and mobility at UPS.But action is still lagging — under 50 percent of private companies are having these conversations, Madrecki noted. That means there’s much more opportunity out there.

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Lynda Clemmons, VP of sustainable solutions at NRG, on transformative energy generation

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“Our customers want things to be simple. Everybody wants to meet their sustainability goals. They want to do the right thing … in a clean and green way,” said Lynda Clemmons, vice president of sustainable solutions at NRG Energy, the U.S.integrated power company. The company is working a new project called “Renewable Select” that combines generation and retail to bring the choice of renewables to customers who want it, but might not have as large a purchasing power as the Googles and the Microsofts, as Clemmons noted.

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