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“Among the most important issues today are tackling climate change and transitioning rapidly to a new energy economy that is based on conservation, efficiency, and clean energy.  Our Center joined KySEA to be a part of a network of individuals and groups using their combined resources and voice to effect legislative change in Kentucky. We believe all citizens and the Commonwealth will benefit from a clean energy future that will strengthen the  economy, protect the environment, improve health, and create jobs.”  - Nancy Givens

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Mar 03, 2014

Hearing on HB195, March 6, 2014

by Lane Boldman — last modified Mar 03, 2014 04:48 PM
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There will be a hearing of the Clean Energy Opportunity act on Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 10:00 in room 131 of the Capitol Annex. Coalition groups will be working to have their members in attendance, so please join us!

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Save money, create good jobs. Save money, create good jobs.

9,000 clean energy jobs could be created in Eastern Kentucky and save Eastern Kentucky Power Cooperative (EKPC) customers money. Folks from throughout EKPC’s service area and beyond have joined in efforts to persuade the power company to make planning decisions that would create these good, green jobs.

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