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Designing our Clean Energy Future

We caught up with Bruce Spotleson at last year's National Clean Energy Summit and asked him why he supports clean energy in Nevada. Spotleson, the Director of Corporate Partnerships at Vegas PBS and Immediate Past Chairman of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce Board, talks about why being a young state gives Nevada an advantage in designing its clean energy future. 

It's not surprising that someone who divides his time between the Las Vegas PBS campus and LVMCC's new offices would support clean energy. Both locations have been recognized for national clean energy leadership. Vegas PBS was the first television station facility in both the United States and Canada to achieve LEED gold certification. LVMCC is located in the Smith Center, the first performing arts center of its size to be LEED certified.

 

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