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Louisville business supports clean energy solutions

by Erik Hungerbuhler — last modified Jun 10, 2011 12:54 PM
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KYGreenTV recently interviewed Jeff Auxier, Secretary of the Kentucky Solar Energy Society on the roof of Patrick O'Shea's restaurant in Louisville to show off the restaurant's new solar water heater system and to talk about KySEA's efforts to pass clean energy legislation n Frankfort.

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