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Delivers Keynote Address at the 2008 National Clean Energy Summit
 
Mayor Bloomberg, speaking at the 2008 National Clean Energy Summit hosted by Senator Harry Reid, the Center for American Progress Action Fund, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, announces New York City’s first steps toward developing new sources of renewable energy, including off-shore windfarms.  In addition to off-shore windfarms, these ideas could involve wind turbines on top of New York City’s bridges and skyscrapers and the generation of tidal power, solar power and geothermal energy. Responses to the RFEI are due September 19.  

Mayor Bloomberg, speaking at the 2008 National Clean Energy Summit hosted by Senator Harry Reid, the Center for American Progress Action Fund, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, announces New York City’s first steps toward developing new sources of renewable energy, including off-shore windfarms.  In addition to off-shore windfarms, these ideas could involve wind turbines on top of New York City’s bridges and skyscrapers and the generation of tidal power, solar power and geothermal energy. Responses to the RFEI are due September 19.
Mayor Bloomberg, speaking at the 2008 National Clean Energy Summit hosted by Senator Harry Reid, the Center for American Progress Action Fund, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, announces New York City’s first steps toward developing new sources of renewable energy, including off-shore windfarms.  In addition to off-shore windfarms, these ideas could involve wind turbines on top of New York City’s bridges and skyscrapers and the generation of tidal power, solar power and geothermal energy. Responses to the RFEI are due September 19.
Mayor Bloomberg, speaking at the 2008 National Clean Energy Summit hosted by Senator Harry Reid, the Center for American Progress Action Fund, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, announces New York City’s first steps toward developing new sources of renewable energy, including off-shore windfarms.  In addition to off-shore windfarms, these ideas could involve wind turbines on top of New York City’s bridges and skyscrapers and the generation of tidal power, solar power and geothermal energy. Responses to the RFEI are due September 19.
Mayor Bloomberg, speaking at the 2008 National Clean Energy Summit hosted by Senator Harry Reid, the Center for American Progress Action Fund, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, announces New York City’s first steps toward developing new sources of renewable energy, including off-shore windfarms.  In addition to off-shore windfarms, these ideas could involve wind turbines on top of New York City’s bridges and skyscrapers and the generation of tidal power, solar power and geothermal energy. Responses to the RFEI are due September 19.
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