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"The Kentucky Environmental Foundation has for twenty years been focused on finding clear grassroots and policy solutions to some of our community's worst environmental problems, to hold government accountable for protection of our health now and in the future. KySEA means when it comes to energy issues in Kentucky, we don't have to work alone.  The Alliance offers an opportunity for many groups with a wide range of experiences and expertise to unite for clean energy policy solutions, creating a drumbeat for change that will benefit our health, the environment and our state economy."

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Take action on Clean Energy Bills

by Lisa Abbott — last modified Feb 22, 2015 11:25 AM

Please take a moment to contact Kentucky legislators in support of these clean energy policies!
 
You can contact lawmakers through the legislative message line (1-800-372-7181) or by sending an email message through the General Assembly's website. You can usually leave multiple messages with just a single phone call.

1)   Action Item #1: Please call or email your own Representative, members of the House Tourism and Energy Committee, and House Leadership. Ask them to support and hold a hearing on SB 190, the Clean Energy Opportunity Act. This bill asks utilities in Kentucky to ramp up their renewable energy generation and energy efficiency programs over the next ten years. 
 
2)   Action Item #2: Please call or email your own Representative, members of the House Tourism and Energy Committee, and House Leadership. Ask them to support and hold a hearing on HB 339, the Clean Energy Opportunity Act. This bill asks utilities in Kentucky to ramp up their renewable energy generation and energy efficiency programs over the next ten years.
 
Thank you for all you do.

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