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"The Kentucky Conservation Committee supports sustainable goals, energy diversification and pollution reduction. We have confidence that the Commonwealth can benefit economically from the production and use of renewable energy and that our citizens can enjoy a higher quality of life, security and recreation, by seeking cleaner energy sources and greater energy efficiency."

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Ky Green TV Launches on Earth Day

by Nancy Reinhart — last modified Apr 21, 2010 09:03 AM

"KyGREENtv," an internet based television station dedicated to all things green in Kentucky, will launch on Earth Day, April 22, 2010.  The station will feature programmingour focused on a clean and sustainable activities happening across the state. 


Ky Green TV will have information about many things, including energy rating contacts, rebates, green products, websites and green collar job postings. Several KySEA members will be featured as a part of programming and KySEA will be a featured topic on the TV at some point.

 

Visit www.kygreen.tv tomorrow to check it out.

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