World Energy Center, Hales Global Group & Manchester Associates, Team Up On Clean Energy Solutions

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A world-class consortium of more than 30 companies, cities, colleges, participants' partners and affiliates are teamed to solve the US energy problems.

Washington,DC, United States., December 30, 2013 - (PressReleasePoint) -
Manchester Associates has formed a strategic partnership with Hales Global Group and World Energy Center to manage their Washington,DC, lobbying efforts aimed at promoting World Energy's renewable energy efforts to reduce the U.S.' addiction to fossil fuels. Hales Global Group LLC ( has been providing business development, consulting and advisory services to World Energy since 2009 while helping World Energy navigate the public policy, regulatory and funding vehicles under Obama Administration. According to Ian Campbell, Senior Lobbyist and Manchester Associates (, "we will be responsible for introducing the Obama Administration, the Congress and other federal agencies to the important work World Energy is doing in the area of renewable energy."

World Energy Center ( is a world-class consoritum of more than 30 companies, cities, colleges, participants' partners and affiliates. The collaborative team, assembled and managed by World Energy USA collectively employs more than 1,000,000 people and generate annual revenues in excess of $250 billion. The Center's comprehensive approach aims to solve the challenges facing the clean energy industry and collaborates with several leading universities and colleges to rapidly advance clean energy research, educational curriculums and job training programs. At present, the World Energy team consists of: The City of Palmdale, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Inland Energy, Boston Capital, Becnor, Satcon, University of Notre Dame, University of Southern California, Concentrix Solar, Areva, GreenWorld Capital, Hales Global Group, Entech Solar, Sol Focus, Green Path, Manchester Associates, Walters Powers, United Airports, Alstom Power, AECOM, MindHarbor, O'Melvency & Myers and is expanding.

David Joseph, Chairman & CEO, would like for House Energy & Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton and Ranking Member Henry Waxman "to provide greater support for renewable energy solutions which would minimize price spikes in natural gas under renewable fuel standards legislation and join California by transition the Federal Government to renewable energy." According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the northeast is increasingly reliant on natural gas for power generation while California is ranked among the top state in the nation in net electricity generation from renewable resources and leads the nation in solar energy.

Secretary Hagel of the Department of Defense, calls climate change a "serious global challenge" and fossil fuel energy use contributes to climate change. President Obama has called on Secretary Hagel to explore energy cost reduction alternatives because energy security and national security are linked. The U.S. military, the most powerful fighting force on the planet, must have the energy required for training, moving and sustaining military forces and weapons platforms for military operations while lowering costs. According to Chairman Joseph, "states are benefiting from World Energy Center's renewable solutions, the world will be a beneficiary and so can the federal government and the U.S. military, "we would like to partner with the Department of Defense to help meet their energy reduction goals and satisfy Congress' mandate.

World Energy Center is extremely efficient at Photovoltaic, PV, converting sunlight into electricity. We are building on the development of applicable PV affordable solar renewable clean energy which was birth in 1979 and today, with support from private and public partners, the price of PV systems has fallen in half; however, maintaining such a viable U.S. clean tech industry will require policy makers to advance energy subsidies that will lead to improvements in technology and lower prices.

With support from government, the continued PV innovation may lead to the steady decline in PV costs by 2025 and legislation such as HR 2539, Prioritizing Energy Efficient Renewables Act of 2013 by Rep. Janice Schakowsky introduced June 2013, that provides a tax credit for producing electricity from wind, geothermal and solar energy, hydropower, and marine and hydrokinetic facilities is the type of legislation the Senate Energy Committee Chairman Ron Wyden and Ranking Member Lisa Murkowski should find bipartisan support for in the Senate that would advance the interest in the industry say, Ian Campbell, Senior Lobbyist with Manchester Associates,  

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