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"I'm in the toilet paper business."
"The toilet paper business?"
"Yep. No one notices it until it's not there."
Reducing energy usage. Making appliances more efficient. We all agree that these are good and practical goals. They just haven't seemed very exciting- until now.
Nevada is well on its way to becoming a key clean energy hub. It’s a natural direction for a state that has no coal reserves but does have an abundance of the natural resources that produce clean energy.
As the demand for clean energy increases across the United States and around the world, the issue of transmission is becoming increasingly important. Our capacity to build large scale clean energy generation projects is outpacing our ability to get that energy to consumers.