Why did you join KySEA?
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"KFTC members are excited to be part of this alliance because we understand that Kentucky must begin to transition towards a clean energy future. For years we’ve worked to address the problems that stem from Kentucky’s dependence on coal, including harm to our air, water, land and people. Being a part of KySEA is a way to work on the solutions to Kentucky’s environmental, economic, and energy challenges. Together we can build new power in Kentucky!"

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Why should you join KySEA?

KySEA is the only collaboration of nonprofits, businesses, faith communities and individuals in Kentucky organized around the principles of truly clean, sustainable energy that is accessible to everyone.  If you care about energy, you likely already know that Kentucky is well behind the national curve in terms of using healthy, clean energy to power our grid and fuel our vehicles. It is time to move forward.

Together, KySEA is a powerful voice in the public eye and in the legislature when we lobby around issues we care about.  Your voice will help to make us even stronger...

Be a part of changing Kentucky's future - join KySEA as an organization, business or group.

 We ask that member organizations support the KySEA mission and endorse the KySEA guiding principles.

Download a KySEA membership application here and email a completed version to carrie@kysea.org or mail a completed form to 140 Mini Mall Drive, Berea, Ky 40403.

 

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Nolin RECC, serving Breckinridge, Bullitt, Grayson, Green, Hardin, Hart, LaRue, Meade and Taylor counties, has recently joined "the nation's quest to seek alternative energy sources," (source: www.nolinrecc.com). They have just installed a wind turbine at the RECC office, located on the Fort Knox miltary base. The turbine is part of a larger effort to use clean energy sources and efficiency to replace 35% of the total base electricity consumption in 2010.

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