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A public forum Wednesday explored possible responses to the national energy crisis from the Los Alamos and New Mexico perspectives.
Hosted by the University of New Mexico-Los Alamos, the meeting brought together several energy experts who agreed that major efforts are needed immediately.
Miro Kovacevich, president of an energy and economic policy advocacy organization, ViviLux, was one of the drivers behind the Solar Energy Research Park and Academy at Northern New Mexico College and other renewable energy developments in Española.
Now he wants to get the whole state involved.
During an opening statement and an extended question and discussion period, Kovacevich outlined an ambitious plan that, unlike three other prominent energy proposals currently in play, includes New Mexico’s national labs.
Without interfering with funding for the lab’s current mission, he said, “We just want to add three times more for renewable energy.”
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