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Clean Energy Progress

Clean Energy Progress

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Published by Lauren Boitel
Clean energy progress in Nevada and the West in 2011.
Clean energy progress in Nevada and the West in 2011.

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Published by: Lauren Boitel on Jan 27, 2012
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CLEAN ENERGY PROGRESS IN NEVADA AND THE WEST
Powering the clean energy economy.
 
Dear Nevadans:Powering the clean energy economy is powering Nevada. Unlike other statesin the west, Nevada does not have coal or natural gas reserves and we do nothave enough water for nuclear energy development. In 2008, Nevada spent over $1.7 billion on purchasing fuel from other states. With the renewable energy and
energy efciency technology available today, it no longer makes sense for Nevada
to continue our dependence on resources we do not have in our state.Fortunately, in 2011 projects supported by public and private investments laidthe foundation to sustain a lucrative new industry already beginning to bloom inNevada and the West. In “Clean Energy Progress,” we hope to give a snapshotof successful projects that have moved forward, why they moved forward, and
how to further support this benecial industry in Nevada and the region. It is not
intended to be a full, comprehensive list, as the full picture would include hundredsof stories about clean energy’s progress throughout the year.I ask you to join Clean Energy Project, its board of directors, and most importantlyits Nevada allies in supporting the future of Nevada by helping to power our cleanenergy economy.Lydia Ball,
Executive Director, Clean Energy Project 
 
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UTILITY-SCALE GENERATION
Top row:
Tuscarora Geothermal Power Plant (Ormat Technologies, Inc.), Amonix Solar Manufacturing Facility (Amonix)
Bottom row:
Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project (Solar Reserve, LLC), Stillwater Solar-Geothermal Hybrid Power Plant (Enel Green Power)

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