Williams discusses energy stimulus on ‘Colorado State of Mind’ tonight
TCI’s own David O. Williams mixes it up with a panel of local experts on Friday’s broadcast of the public affairs show “Colorado State of Mind” in a discussion of federal stimulus funding for energy projects in the state.
Williams and his fellow guests, including the Intermountain Rural Electric Association’s Bill Schroeder and energy attorneys Susan Perkins and Mike Beatty, discuss Colorado’s $130 million energy stimulus haul that is expected to create or save 59,000 jobs — many in the renewable energy sector — as well as millions more in tax credits and research grants.
The program airs Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. MST on Rocky Mountain PBS statewide (Channel 6-Denver/Front Range; Channel 8-Pueblo/Colorado Springs; Channel 18-Grand Junction/western Colorado) and online following the Friday broadcast. Check your local listings for additional air dates.
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