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Forum: Bringing Renewables to Boulder


PLAN-Boulder County forum:  Bringing Renewables to Boulder

Speaker: Paul Fenn, Utility Reform Expert and co-founder of ‘community choice aggregation’

West Boulder Senior Center, 909 Arapahoe Ave.

Monday, November 8th  7-9PM

Fenn will present possible next steps for the city of Boulder.  With the passage of 2B, what are our options?  How do we get started?  What resources will we need?  Paul Fenn is a recognized leader in helping communities like Boulder achieve their local energy goals.   Paul Fenn is with Local Power, Inc, a San Francisco-based expert and advocate of major new local government-based energy laws and regulations at the state level in several major U.S. energy markets including CA, MA, NJ, and OH.  In business since 1995, Local Power has put together, and is in charge of, some of the world’s largest green power relocatlization development projects, including the City and County of San Francisco. More information on Local Power, Inc:

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