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Who knew? Electric school buses are a thing and some Massachusetts schools are giving them a try. Would you like to see this at Clark County School District or Washoe County School District?

02 Dec

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Following in the footsteps of MGM Resorts International and Wynn Las Vegas, Caesars Entertainment becomes the latest big gaming institution seeking to cut the cord with NV Energy. What do you think?

01 Dec

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Veterans Day Guest Blog: The Cost of Doing Nothing

by Nevada State Senator Pat Spearman

“Stores are closed. Cell service is failing. Broadband Internet--gone.

Hospitals are operating on generators, but rapidly running out of fuel.  Garbage is rotting in the streets, and clean water is scarce as people boil water stored in bathtubs to stop the spread of bacteria; planes can’t fly, trains can’t run, and gas stations can’t pump fuel. This is the “nightmare scenario” that lawmakers have been warning you about.” (The Hill, May 2015)

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Energy Choice: Nevada's Obstacles & Opportunities

Last Thursday, Clean Energy Project assembled a panel of national experts and energy policy professionals to weigh the opportunities and challenges presented by Question 3, the Energy Choice ballot initiative. 

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Guest Blog: Clean Energy – The Key to Energy Independence

by Stephanie Kline, Operation Free Member & United States Marine Corps Veteran

Now that both political party conventions are over and our country is shifting into full election season, it’s important to reflect upon the values we share in common—our freedom and independence chief among them. These ideals often invoke cheers for our troops for the sacrifices they make. While certainly not an incorrect response, as a Marine veteran, I often find it feels incomplete. 

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