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Many energy issues sit before our legislators this session. As you've probably figured out, energy policy can be pretty complex. Allow Nevada's newest news outlet, The Nevada Independent, to explain. Here's what you need to know about the #cleanenergy & #energyefficiency decisions that sit before the Nevada Legislature. #NVLeg

27 Feb

Clean Energy Project

ICYMI: CEP was honored to join Senator Catherine Cortez Masto, Chispa Nevada, and Nevada Conservation League in discussing the advancement Nevada's clean energy economy last Thursday. Clink the story for more info.

27 Feb

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