GREEN ACTION: PUC Public Meeting Oct 3


Nevada is at a crossroads.

We can continue to throw money into the dirty old technology that is coal-fired power plants, or we can start investing in clean energy systems that will create 21st Century jobs that will make our communities cleaner and our families healthier.

On Monday, October 3rd the Public Utilities Commission – the entity that regulates energy production in Nevada – wants to hear which choice you would prefer. That’s when the PUC will be holding a public meeting to hear from what the public’s priorities are.

We need to send a strong message that Nevadans are tired of all the talk about clean energy development in Nevada: we want action!

Come to the Public Utilities Commission meeting October 3rd at the 1:30pm or 6:00pm in the Washoe County Commission Chambers (1001 E. 9th Street, Building A).

The PUC has the power to shape Nevada into the Saudi Arabia of clean energy. But they need to know that Nevadans are behind them.

At the meeting there will be ample opportunity to give public comment and tell the Commission what you think Nevada’s energy future should look like.

Make your voice heard at the Public Utilities Commission meeting October 3rd at the 1:30pm or 6:00pm in the Washoe County Commission Chambers (1001 E. 9th Street, Building A).

Go Green!

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One thought on “GREEN ACTION: PUC Public Meeting Oct 3

  1. Chris Mitch 2011-10-08 / 13:27

    Get real ! wind & solar energy will not replace coal. The plants produce 250 + megawatts 24 hrs a day 7 days a week and 365 day a year. Wind on the other hand doesnot. Wind takes up our valleys and our mountain tops with ugly, noisy, chopping turbines that are huge. Roads are neccessary to each and everyone. Jobs are few for wind turbines. Many for power plants.
    Get real and stop lisening to the people pushing wind and solar. They are just the corperations with ties to the White house right now. Solendra is just 1 example.
    Where do your solar credits come from ? answer The over burdoned taxpayer. How long do solar panels last ? Just long enough to break even with the cost of installation. How long does your Inverter last ? about the same. Got batteries? Very expensive and toxic in everyway. last 10 years maybe.
    Nevada polititions mandated a portion of our power must come from so called renewables. So we can be like Comifornia
    Its time to get rid of those politions.

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