Supporters of a clean energy economy for Nevada will in events next week at the Solar Power International conference and trade show, to be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Participants will include members of the RenewNV coalition, including Chispa-Nevada, a statewide organization working to rally Latinos for clean renewable energy, and Vote Solar, a national organization working to make solar energy a mainstream energy resource. Rose McKinney-James, a renewable energy leader in Nevada, also will participate in several panels.
Chispa-Nevada Director Rudy Zamora will speak on a panel on Solar Policies and Disadvantaged Communities on Wednesday, Sept. 14. McKinney-James will moderate the same panel and participate in a luncheon for Professional Women in Solar.
McKinney-James and representatives for Chispa-Nevada and Vote Solar will be available for interviews on clean renewable energy and its promise for jobs, a stronger economy and healthier communities in Nevada.
For information or interviews, call Launce Rake, RenewNV spokesman, at (702) 917-7541.
Solar Power International, Sept. 12-15, is powered by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA). SPI held its inaugural show in 2003 and was designed to serve and advance the solar energy industry by bringing together the people, products, and professional development opportunities that drive the solar industry and are forging its bright future. Registration is free for media professionals at http://www.solarpowerinternational.com/press-registration/.