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2017 Wrap-up, Part 2: Growing Nevada’s Clean Energy Advocacy Community

This blog post is the second in our “2017 Wrap-Up” series. To read Part 1, click here. The core of our advocacy efforts begins with engaging like-minded, clean energy supportive businesses. We stepped up our outreach to the business community in 2017, giving presentations and engaging with the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce, Las...

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2017 Wrap-up, Part 1: Clean Energy Legislative Wins

Celebrating CEP’s Successes in 2017 We thank you for being a part of Clean Energy Project’s successful, exciting and busy year. We had a lot on our agenda throughout 2017, but we have been thinking of the past 12 months in two parts: the first half was dominated by CEP’s work with the Nevada Legislature...

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New Leadership and Expanded Mission for CEP

This week we unveiled a new, modern look for the Clean Energy Project website and are planning to fill the site with timely news, reports and resources on clean energy for businesses, policy makers, media and advocates. We also announced that Curt Ledford, a leading energy attorney in Nevada, has joined our Board of Directors...

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Doe grid study: News… but nothing new

The long-awaited U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grid study is out, and the report largely concludes what we already knew—that economics are to blame for coal and nuclear plant closures, not policies that support renewable energy. Clean energy advocates were understandably nervous about the report, because the letter Secretary Perry wrote to his staff directing...

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The future of clean energy under trump

Since Donald Trump’s surprise White House win on Nov. 8 and with each new Cabinet pick, environmentalists and clean energy advocates have been wringing their hands. What does a Trump administration mean for future of renewable energy? As it turns out, the future of clean energy is still looking bright according to many economists and...

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CEP’s favorite things at CES 2017

Every January, just after the new year has begun, Las Vegas fills with hundreds of thousands of people and the latest gadgets and gizmos. Many electronics enthusiasts populate the Las Vegas Convention Center’s halls to inspect (play with) new drones, cars, smart devices and more. This year, Clean Energy Project roamed the halls in search...

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