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FCC Hosts Clean Technology Event

green-globe-gridThe Federal Communications Commission announced today that more than 20 technology companies are going to participate in the Clean Technology Showcase at the agency’s headquarters.

Confirmed technology exhibits include home energy management systems, smart appliances, smart electric meters, smart grid communications equipment, eco-friendly mobile handsets, green IT products, datacenter energy efficiency solutions, and much more.

Promoting clean technology solutions is a key recommendation of the Federal Communications Commission’s National Broadband Plan, which Congress received in March. The plan highlights the transformative role broadband can play in meeting U.S. national energy and environmental goals, including energy independence, greenhouse gas emissions reductions, and clean energy generation.

The showcase is free and the public is encouraged to attend. All attendees are asked to bring valid government-issued photo ID and will be subject to security screening. For directions and additional information, visit FCC’s website.

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