After a one-year hiatus, the National Clean Energy Summit is returning to Las Vegas on Oct. 13. The event, which highlights innovations in the field of renewable energy, will be co-hosted by summit founder, retired U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, and Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval.
If you have a superior product, you don’t need a government mandate.
Going against the will of 72 percent of Nevada voters isn’t a wise idea, but that’s not stopping Assemblyman Chris Brooks, D-Las Vegas.
As bird hunting season comes to an end and I reflect on all the wonderful hunting outings I’ve had this season and many seasons past, I’m reminded that Nevada’s world-class big game and bird hunting is often the envy of hunters around the country.
To the editor: I really was thrilled to see that going green is going to be extremely expensive for NV Energy and in turn for us, the consumers (Review-Journal, Thursday). This is only the beginning as more and more energy companies are forced by our government to use expensive substitutes for all the natural resources the United States has.
To the editor: