8:53 am April 21, 2009, by AJC Opinion
“We have important decisions to make about how we produce and consume energy. Instead of clinging to the same dirty energy resources, we should embrace a clean energy future that prioritizes energy efficiency and renewable energy,” writes Stephen A. Smith, head of the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, in today’s AJC.
Meanwhile, Stan Wise of the Georgia Public Service Commission argues: “The carbon cap and trade system and mandated renewable portfolio standards (RPS) will disproportionately hurt ratepayers in Georgia, especially-low income households.”
Read their full commentaries of their two views and have your say about renewable energy mandates.
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