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Ritter calls for more renewable energy in public schools


DENVER – Executives from Colorado clean-energy companies will join forces with Gov. Ritter’s office and school sustainability officials today at Green Spaces Denver to call on state legislators and school districts to ramp up their sustainability efforts in the state’s public school system.

Speakers at the panel discussion, entitled Building Colorado’s Green Economy: Clean Energy, Sustainability and Our Public Schools, will discuss the past, present and future condition of the public school facilities. They will also discuss current efforts to improve the energy efficiency and sustainable green building practices of Colorado’s current K-12 schools and innovations proposed for the state’s public school system’s transportation infrastructure.

Those who wish to attend must RSVP online at http://www.cleaneconomynetwork.eventbrite.com, as space is limited. Organizers have indicated they expect a full house to the free event.

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