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Jim Groth, Director of the Office of Energy
Jim Groth, Director of the Office of Energy

AIR DATE: June 10, 2010

With the economy in the dumps, there's been a lot of talk about green energy being the state's magic ticket to grow and revitalize. But what programs are in place? And how can we feasibly get them off the ground? The head of the Nevada State Office of Energy issued a declaration on how green energy will save the state. What is he focusing on: solar, wind, or water? How is he collaborating with environmentalists and local businesses? Is our future truly green?

Jim Groth, Nevada State Office of Energy, Director

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