RE: [hreg] FW: Rebuild Governor's Mansion with Solar
Is this the same Gov. Perry that is lobbying to reduce the Renewable Portfolio Standard for Texas utilities by 50%.
Adding some green to the mansion while reducing the renewable industry in Texas by half doesn’t seem like much of a compromise to me. Can you say “smoke screen”?
Kevin Conlin, Solar Curmudgeon
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From: Luke Metzger, Environment Texas Director [mailto:LukeM@ environmenttexas .org]
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Subject: Rebuild Governor's Mansion with Solar
According to the Houston Chronicle, Gov. Perry said on Monday that he would like to add green features in the rebuilding of the Governor's Mansion.
Please encourage Gov. Perry to move forward with this plan, including adding solar panels to the mansion. This would set an incredible example for the state and showcase Texas ' leadership in clean energy.
Environment Texas Director
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1. "Governor embraces green," Texas Politics blog, 6/16/08
http://blogs. chron.com/ texaspolitics/ archives/ 2008/06/governor _embrac.html
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