Kentuckians on Clean Energy Opportunities

With the unemployment rate stuck above 9 percent, many people are looking towards clean energy, not only as a way to reduce electric bills, but to create new careers in the coalfields. On Monday, January 31, the Kentucky Sustainable Energy Alliance, composed of 34 organizations from across the state, came together in Lexington for a clean energy summit, to discuss new energy policy possibilities for the state, and to build support for the Kentucky Clean Energy Opportunity Act (HB 239). The bill, designed to make clean energy projects easier in Kentucky, is being introduced to the legislature this week.

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