Award finalist: All-American Marine
Washington’s Commissioner of Public Lands, Hilary Franz, will present the second annual David & Patricia Giuliani Clean Energy Entrepreneur Award on January 5th, atop Seattle’s Columbia Tower, at the Future of Carbon Policy Forum.
The award, named after our organization’s founder and his wife, recognizes meaningful advances in clean energy innovation. The inaugural winner was Kenworth Trucks, presented by Governor Jay Inslee.
All-American Marine is an all-American success story. Bellingham builder of custom commercial vessels, All-American Marine launched North America’s first and only commercial vessel powered wholly by hydrogen fuel cells producing zero emissions, the Sea Change.
Whether it’s a high speed catamaran passenger ferry, a monohull cruise boat, or a government research ship, All-American’s expertise in green propulsion technologies will provide a clean future for vessels throughout WA state.
Will All-American Marine sail home with the Giuliani Clean Energy Entrepreneur Award? Join us on January 5th to find out!
Register now for the 5th annual Future of Carbon Policy Forum on January 5th from 3 to 6 p.m.
Still looking for that perfect gift? No stocking stuffer can match a pair of tickets to the Forum. Tickets will provide entry to the best event of the new year, with insider info shared by decision-makers from business and government, and elbows to be rubbed among clean economy community leaders. And there will be a delicious selection of appetizers, plus wine, beer, and cocktails, along with a spectacular view over Seattle and the Sound from atop the Columbia Tower.
Whether you are with a company doing business in Washington state, a tribe, community, or organization representing key constituencies, or a leader working to make life better in our state, the Future of Carbon Policy Forum is where you want to be on January 5th, just four days prior to the start of the legislative session.
Space is limited and we expect to sell out, so save your place today.