Cayli Baker

Cayli Baker is a Communications Associate for AEE.

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Enel Vice President Joins AEE’s Board of Directors

Posted by Cayli Baker on Oct 17, 2022 4:16:24 PM

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Megan Beauregard, a Vice President at Enel North America, has been named to AEE’s Board of Directors. At Enel, Beauregard is Head of Legal and Corporate Affairs, Secretary, and General Counsel, leading the legal department and advising the company on a wide range of business issues. A longtime Leader-level member, Enel North America is committed to tackling climate change by making 100% clean energy possible in the United States and Canada.

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Topics: AEE Updates

AEE Joins White House Celebration of Inflation Reduction Act

Posted by Cayli Baker on Sep 14, 2022 3:30:00 PM

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Yesterday, the White House held a celebration of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the largest clean energy and climate investment in U.S. history. The bill marks a turning point in the transition away from fossil fuels to the clean energy technologies that will replace them and will pack a tangible boost for America’s economy. That gives our industry a lot to celebrate, and on this day, AEE made the most of it.

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Topics: Federal Policy, Manufacturing and Infrastructure

‘Factbook’ shows advanced energy powered through 2021

Posted by Cayli Baker on Mar 8, 2022 2:00:00 PM

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All eyes were focused on energy negotiations in Washington for the better part of 2021, but with less fanfare, advanced energy companies powered a record-breaking year for investment in the energy transition. BloombergNEF and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy’s 10th annual Sustainable Energy in America 2022 Factbook released last week quantifies the industry’s progress with year-over-year data and insights on energy efficiency and renewables. The Factbook records new highs in the deployment of renewable power, battery storage, and electric transportation, despite lingering COVID setbacks and supply chain bottlenecks economy wide.

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Topics: Advanced Energy Now Market Report, Economic Impact