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.@TeslaMotors' #Nevada #gigafactory opens in a month! Here are some tidbits to tide you over until then. #renewables https://t.co/GO5mvaU9F8

30 Jun

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North American unity!. USA, Mexico & Canada pledge to go 50% #cleanenergy by 2025! @POTUS @EPN @JustinTrudeau https://t.co/kxXsFbsBJw

30 Jun

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Now this is what continental unity looks like! In a joint statement, U.S. President Barack Obama, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged to bring 50% of North America's energy production over to clean power generation, which includes renewable sources by 2025. #CleanEnergyFirst #ActOnClimate #ThreeAmigos

30 Jun

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UPDATE: Nevada's New Energy Industry Task Force

Last Thursday, Governor Sandoval's New Energy Industry Task Force (NEITF) met to hear policy recommendations and decide what will be presented to the governor.

Clean Energy Project Executive Director and Vice Chair of the Clean Energy Sources Technical Advisory Committee, Jennifer Taylor, and Jeremy Susac, Chair of the Distributed Generation and Storage Technical Advisory Committee presented recommendations to the task force for votes.

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Guest Blog: O Canada! A View from the North

by the Consulate General of Canada in Los Angeles

Nevadans understand, as few people do, what a bold future for renewable energy looks like. 

And what it looks like is an 800,000 square-foot, solar-paneled battery factory outside Reno – Tesla’s Gigafactory. That plant, which will someday become the world’s second largest building, will not only produce the power supply for an emissions-free future, it will run on it, too. 

So Nevadans might also recognize the audacious vision of America’s neighbor to the north.

 

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UPDATE: Rooftop Solar & Net Metering

In February, at the direction of the Nevada State Legislature, the Nevada Public Utilities Commission finalized its ruling on the state’s net-metering policy for rooftop solar generation.

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