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Luiz Oliveira is the owner of a popular local coffee shop called Sambalatte Torrefazione. In the summer of 2011 Luiz noticed that his AC system was having a hard time keeping up with their cooling needs. The building is newer (in Boca Park), so Luiz and his staff started investigating what could be causing this problem.

Energy 2030 on the Road is part of a national campaign to double US energy productivity by 2030. Kateri Callahan of the Alliance to Save Energy first took the stage to tell us what that actually means...

Clean Energy Project and Green Chips made history with the Clark County Commission yesterday by officially flipping the switch for the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign's newly installed solar panels. The world's most iconic sign is now powered by Nevada's very own solar energy!

The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (PUCN) is holding a Consumer Session on October 16th.  The purpose of the Session is to take comments from ratepayers about the merger between NV Energy and MidAmerican.  If you care about clean energy in Nevada, this is important, and I want you to attend.

This year has been momentous for clean energy in Nevada! We’ve seen state legislators work together to improve our clean energy policies, our supporters have spoken before the Public Utilities Commission in support of clean energy, and our utility company has decided to decommission their coal fired power plants and invest in new clean energy projects! So when it comes to solar powering the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign- well that’s just icing on the cake!

Many of the people reading this probably know a little about my background. I studied natural resource and environmental economics at UNR and I’ve always been interested in the challenge of putting an economic value on a social good like clean energy and clean air. We can measure exactly how much people value coffee by daily purchases, but it’s much harder to measure how much people value clean energy.

The Perfect Scoop and Boba Tea has passed their One Year Anniversary with business continuing to grow. Clean Energy Project's Carrotmob on Saturday, April 6th organized over 200 of their supporters to purchase an item between 12 - 5 pm, tripling The Perfect Scoop's average sales and making energy efficiency improvements possible. 

I've been a supporter of the Clean Energy Project since I attended their educational event in February of this year. Just this past Monday I spoke at the Public Utility Commission of Nevada Consumer Session to tell the commissioners that the future of our economy is green energy.  

Advanced Energy Economy released this blog post last week on the success of Renewable Portfolio Standard legislation across the United States. You can read our report on changes to the RPS HERE

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