Welcome to the new PennCEF Website

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At PennCEF, we’ve worked for months to improve our website. We wanted it to be easier to utilize, and we wanted to highlight more content. We are very excited to announce that it’s ready to use, explore and navigate!

A lot has changed about PennCEF since we launched our first website back in 2018. We’ve added to our extended team, welcomed new faces, and introduced the PA Land & Liberty Coalition. We grew, but our existing website was not keeping up. We decided that was time for a change. So, in late 2020, we set out to build a new and improved platform that encapsulated our professionalism and our passion for the aesthetic.

It has been said that energy generation, like many other systems of production, is at its finest when beauty and functionality meet. Solar arrays and wind turbines both have certain features that are pleasing to the eye, while the genius of the design carries the load of generation. Our belief in the efficacy of new technologies is not limited to energy, so a website that echoes this value was of great importance to us.

Fast forward to today: Our new website is modern and easy to navigate, with clear links to our growing library of content. And, the content will be increasing at a speed not witnessed in the past. We need more materials to further the arguments for “all of the above” on generation, and we are proud to present more research, breaking news, and influence for the PA energy debate.

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Over the past few years, we’ve been incredibly busy in the policy arena—but we felt the time was right to turn some of our attention to our own website. Our team has worked incredibly hard to design a website that is clean and clear, with improved functionality and clear navigation links. The new website reflects what we can do when we put our mind to influencing Pennsylvania’s energy debate for the better.

With its fresh design, improved functionalities, and full services list, we feel our new website gives a clear message about who we are, what we do, and where we’re going. Take a look around and let us know what you think—your thoughts are welcome and very much appreciated. Be sure to keep an eye on our ‘News’ at the top of our landing page, alongside our Facebook page—we update this regularly with the latest PennCEF and industry insights.

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Chad Forcey comes to PennCEF with considerable experience in the world of advocacy. Forcey served the Irrigation Association and the PA Landscape and Nursery Association. He was the personal aide to Governor Mark Sweiker during his tenure in Harrisburg. An articulate spokesperson and seasoned writer, he works to educate, advocate, and engage Pennsylvanians to transition to clean energy in ways that bring jobs to the Commonwealth, make sense economically, protect land rights and guard our national security.
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