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Renewable Energy Advocates Push For Change In Virginia

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By Tommie McNeil, Virginia Public Radio

A coalition of renewable energy stakeholders is calling on the Virginia General Assembly to vigorously support cleaner, sustainable energy resources like solar, wind and biomass. The leaders of these industries say they are here in Virginia and ready to expand, create jobs and help the state become a national leader in energy production.

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