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BREAKING: #SB204 Energy Storage & #electricvehicles just passed Assembly. Thanks & congrats @katkinson702 on championing this bill! #nvleg

22 May

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#CleanEnergy Champ @MGMResortsIntl supports #AB206 & making more #renewableenergy in NV. RT to show support! #50by30 https://t.co/7vivWKhc0U

22 May

Clean Energy Project

Nevada Clean Energy Champion and owner of the nation's largest rooftop solar array, MGM Resorts International is breaking with other large casino companies and encouraging support for Assembly Bill 206. The bill would raise the amount of electricity Nevada generates from renewable sources to 50% by 2030.

22 May

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