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Las Vegas, NV —Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will deliver the keynote address at the seventh annual National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas on Thursday September 4, 2014 at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino.
March 20, 2014 Las Vegas, NV - Nevada a $5 billion Clean Energy Success Story. Senator Reid, Governor Sandoval and Industry Leaders join CEP in releasing Nevada Clean Energy Report proving NV is a Clean Energy Economic Hub Major annual events to be held in state this year by Nevada Leaders, wind, solar, geothermal sectors.
Las Vegas, Nevada —Clean energy investment in Nevada has accelerated rapidly in the past 6 years by Nevada’s widespread leadership and support for the clean energy economic sector. Senator Reid and Governor Sandoval will join CEP and industry leaders, Tom Kiernan, CEO of the American Wind Energy Association, and Ken Johnson of the Solar Energy Industry Association in releasing Nevada’s latest clean energy report.
Press Release: Green Chips, Clena Energy Project and the Clark County Commission turned on the solar project that will light the "Welcome to fabulous Las Vegas" sign exclusively with solar power.
Las Vegas, Nevada - The Clean Energy Project (CEP) applauds the White House appointment of CEP Board Member John Podesta as Counselor to the President. John’s commitment to his country, his intelligence, knowledge and work ethic make him uniquely qualified to help address our nation’s greatest challenges. His leadership and dedication will be missed on the CEP board. CEP will always be in John’s debt for his contributions toward making the National Clean Energy Summit one of the world’s premier clean energy policy gatherings. We thank John for all of his hard work and congratulate and support him in his new endeavor with the Obama administration.
Clean Energy Project is a non-partisan, non-profit tax-deductible organization dedicated to power Nevada’s clean energy economy. Clean Energy Project focuses on educating the public on the benefits of fully developing a clean energy economy that produces good jobs, stabilizes energy bills and creates energy independence for our nation.
With more than 50 years of service and millions of tourists greeted, the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign will get a new power source: the sun.
Former California Governor Joins Discussion on Future of Clean Energy.
Additional Speakers include Maria LaRosa of The Weather Channel, Chair of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Jon Wellinghoff, Dr. Arati Prabhakar of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and Apple’s Vice President for Environmental Initiatives Lisa Jackson.
Governors Martin O’Malley and Jennifer Granholm; Michael Yackira of NV Energy, Greg Abel of MidAmerican Energy, and Arno Harris of Recurrent Energy
Lineup Continues to Grow for Annual Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas, August 13
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz Join Discussion on Future of Clean Energy
Clean Energy Project Commends Bipartisan Efforts Resulting in Significant Gains
In a vote Monday night, the Assembly approved a landmark energy shift away from coal-fired power plants like Reid Gardner in Clark County and mandated investment in renewable energy and natural gas.
Clean Energy Project (CEP) today released a new report produced by Applied Analysis that details the net economic benefits to Nevada under four alternatives, ranging from the maintaining the status quo to those that expand Nevada’s Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) and the way it is calculated. The study concludes that by increasing and cleaning up Nevada’s current renewable energy mandate, Nevada could reap billions of dollars in wages, salaries and economic output over roughly the next 30 years.
Two local groups released dueling studies this week on the costs and benefits of Nevada’s renewable portfolio standard, a state law that requires power utility NV Energy to obtain 25 percent of its electricity from renewable sources such as solar and geothermal by 2025.