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Lines for transmitting alternative energy urged  

Gov. Jim Gibbons on Thursday accepted a report that calls for developing transmission lines so that geothermal, wind and solar energy can be shipped from remote areas of the state to cities.

In a ceremony in Carson City, Gibbons enthusiastically welcomed the report that calls for Nevada to develop its vast renewable energy resources for in-state use and for export to other states, said Dan Schochet, chairman of the Renewable Energy Access Advisory Committee.

Melissa Subbotin, the governor’s press secretary, did not return calls for comment Wednesday and Thursday.

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By John G. Edwards

Las Vegas Review-Journal

25 January 2008

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