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Thursday, August 25, 2011

8/28: NM PRC Commissioner Jason Marks to Speak at NM Solar Fiesta


On Saturday and Sunday, August 27 - 28, New Mexico Public Regulation Commissioner Jason Marks (District 1) will participate in the New Mexico Solar Energy Association’s Solar Fiesta, which will be held at Albuquerque Academy this year. This will be Commissioner Marks’ third year presenting at the Solar Fiesta.

Commissioner Marks, a popular speaker at this annual event, will speak on August 28th on “Solving our Energy Challenges in a Toxic Political Environment,” and later that day will join a panel of experts on “The Future of Rooftop Solar.”

The PRC will also host a booth to provide information to the general public about Commission activities and utility programs.

“NMSEA’s Solar Fiesta is a terrific event for both people familiar with the solar industry as well as for those who want to get acquainted with it,” Marks said. “People should understand what our current and future options are in the solar energy area, and how it will affect them in terms of their utility bills and the availability of power.”

August 25, 2011 at 03:37 PM in Energy, Environment, Green Economy, NM Public Regulation Commission | Permalink