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Nebraska Landowner Group Welcomes Out-of-State Developers - RES Americas First to Join
The Nebraska Energy Export Association announced today that the organization has begun accepting membership from wind developers interested in investing in projects in the state should changes in state law be adopted by the Nebraska Legislature.
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RES Americas First to Join
LINCOLN – The Nebraska Energy Export Association announced today that the organization has begun accepting membership from wind developers interested in investing in projects in the state should changes in state law be adopted by the Nebraska Legislature and signed into law by the Governor.
According to Tim Geisert, president of the Nebraska Energy Export Association, the group has focused on landowner membership since forming the statewide organization last year.
“We are pleased with the positive discussions that are now taking place in the Legislature, the news media, coffee shops and kitchen tables across Nebraska. NEEA members from Scottsbluff to Omaha are encouraged by those discussions and the economic opportunities that will be realized for all Nebraskans should the State open its doors to wind development.”
“RES Americas is excited to join the conversation on renewable energy in Nebraska with membership in the Nebraska Energy Export Association,”
Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc. (RES Americas), is a fully-integrated renewable energy company that develops, constructs, owns, and operates projects across the United States (US), Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. RES Americas has constructed more than 3,800 MW of wind, which represents more than 10 percent of the operating installed wind capacity in the US, and has over 12,500 MW in development. RES Americas’ corporate office is located in Broomfield, CO with regional offices located in Austin, TX; Portland, OR; Minneapolis, MN. Canadian projects are managed from Montréal, Québec, by RES Canada. RES Americas continues to seek new locations for wind and solar projects as well as opportunities to participate in other forms of renewable energy. For more information, please visit www.res-americas.com.
NEEA advisors include representatives from Nebraska Farm Bureau, Nebraska Cattlemen, two former state senators, two economists, and business leaders.
Andy Pollock, a Lincoln attorney, lobbyist and former executive director of the Nebraska Public Service Commission is legal counsel for NEEA.
To learn more about the Nebraska Energy Export Association, including its membership, please visit www.NebraskaEnergyExport.org or follow them on facebook and Twitter.
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