Take Action for Kentucky Clean Energy

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Take Action for Kentucky Clean Energy

Kentucky still gets 92% of its energy from coal and leads the nation in toxic air pollution from power plants. Jobs in the coal industry have been on the decline for decades and Kentuckians have seen an 82% increase in electric bills between 2000-2013. Our leaders need to support comprehensive solutions to transition the Commonwealth away from being overly reliant on coal. This includes developing renewables like solar and wind, investing in energy efficiency projects and worker transition programs. This will reduce toxic air and water pollution while lowering electric bills and creating jobs.

Governor Bevin should support energy efficiency and renewables in the Commonwealth to grow our economy, lower electric bills, and protect our health.
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