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Release date- 10022014 -
Through this agreement,
'At Lockheed Martin, we've been committed to providing innovative energy solutions for decades and we are thrilled to now work alongside ACORE and
The sponsorship aims to promote careers in the renewable energy community writ large by highlighting the life-long value of studying science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in order to build a strong, secure, economically viable and sustainable future.
'This is the perfect vehicle for encouraging and engaging young people and lifelong learners to find careers in STEM using renewable energy as their focus,' said ACORE President and CEO,
'With the educational components of this partnership, ACORE will help to ensure our nation's youth are equipped to become the next generation of American renewable energy innovators, inventors and industry builders, well-prepared and fully able to create a more prosperous American future built on clean, renewable energy,' said Brower.
ACORE will include technology shared by ACORE members-such as solar panels, biofuel demonstrations and wind turbine models-in the display booth at the
In an effort to support college-aged students,
ACORE, a 501(3) non-profit membership organization, is dedicated to building a secure and prosperous America with clean, renewable energy. ACORE seeks to advance renewable energy through finance, policy, technology, and market development and is concentrating its member focus in 2014 on National Defense & Security, Power Generation & Infrastructure, and Transportation. Additional information is available at www.acore.org.
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