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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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KySEA Members to Testify

by Martin Richards — last modified Sep 13, 2010 01:52 PM
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KySEA to testify before the Kentucky Interim Joint Committee on energy Friday, Sept. 17

Jason Bailey from the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development (MACED http://www.maced.org/) will be speaking about KySEA principles and the both the potential and need for efficiency in Kentucky. Dave Kreher will present People’s Self Help Housing (http://www.pshhinc.org/) as a case study of what is already happening on the ground in Kentucky. The Committee meeting is from 10am – 12 pm in room 131 of the Annex and is open to the public.

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