Don’t be like California! It’s time to rethink our century old centralized grid where government and monopoly utilities collude to politicize our power.
As widespread wildfires and serious winds loom in the forecast over the next week, utility company PG&E was warned that they could face an enormous liability if they continue to keep peoples’ lights on due to the dangerous situation. After already cutting power to thousands of customers last week, they have begun the latest round of blackouts which will continue through the weekend.
Might be time to break away from a centralized grid and control our own power through microgrids, which enjoy support across the political spectrum.
Co-hosted by the Independence Institute’s Energy and Environmental Policy Center along with Clean Energy Action, the Colorado Microgrid Summit will feature over 10 speakers featuring keynote speaker Alex Fitzsimmons, US Dept. of Energy’s Chief of Staff and Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency!
Can’t make it to Denver? A live streaming option is available – register here!
Read my latest on how the left is sneakily trying to trick voters into passing Prop CC by running a non-campaign. Silence is their only strategy and their one hope is that voters read the unicorns and rainbows fib that is the ballot language without any frame of reference. www.VoteNoOnCC.com
Need more convincing that Proposition CC is designed to gut TABOR and attempt to continue Colorado’s transformation into California?
Read up, buttercup:
Barry Poulson: With Prop CC, Colorado threatens to copy California
Rob Natelson: Proposition CC rife with ballot language abuse
Mark Hillman: State government hasn’t earned our trust; vote NO on Prop CC
Mike Rosen: NO on Proposition CC, YES on Proposition DD
Scott Weiser: Permanent tax refund override Proposition CC debated in Colorado Springs
Sherrie Peif: More out of state money rolls in to support Proposition CC; over $350K from NYC-based group