Pueblo’s Energy Future

Getting Beyond the Nightmare

An Evening with Susan Perkins

Thursday, March 19, 6-8 PM, free

Patrick A. Lucero Public Library, Lucero Room

1315 E. 7th St., Pueblo, Ph. 719 562-5600

The $70 million Black Hills Peaking Plant has already been approved by the PUC. Puebloans will be paying for this facility for many years, despite the fact that there are more cost effective and environmentally sound options. Learn from an experienced energy attorney and activist what’s wrong with the current system and what some of the options are for taking control and deciding our own energy future.

Susan Perkins is the Principal of Perkins Energy Law, a renewable energy law firm in the Denver Tech Center which has as its focus providing legal and energy policy assistance for the development of renewable and sustainable energy resources in Colorado. Ms. Perkins contributes to the formulation of local, state and national renewable energy policies, and represents a wide range of clients who share the common goal of advancing the use of renewable and sustainable energy resources. Ms. Perkins has practiced law for over thirty years, working initially with top energy law firms and later with a Fortune 200 independent oil company in legal and executive management positions of increasing responsibility.

This General Meeting of the Sierra Club Sangre de Cristo Group is co-sponsored by Re-Volt Pueblo. For more information Kiera Hatton-Sena  (719) 248-5718. There is no cost to attend the meeting, and it is not necessary to be a member of the Sierra Club to attend.

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