From the Omaha Press Club – A discussion of Nebraska industrial wind.

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Part 1 of February 19, 2010 briefing to the Omaha Press Club by the director of the Nebraska Energy Office. Recorded by EV World.com.

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Part 2 of February 18, 2010 briefing to the Omaha Press Club by the director of the Nebraska Energy Office. Recorded by EV World.com.

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Part 3 of February 18, 2010 briefing to the Omaha Press Club by the director of the Nebraska Energy Office. Recorded by EV World.com.

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Nebraska Renewable Energy Association president Robert Byrne addresses the Omaha Press Club on Feb 18, 2010. Recorded by EV World.Com.

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Robert Brynes concludes his discussion of establishing renewable energy in Nebraska, a state blessed with wind and solar resources, but hampered by public policy and political inertia.

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Audience Q&A with Nebraska Energy Office Director Neil Moseman and Nebraska Renewable Energy Association president Robert Byrnes at the Omaha Press Club on 18 February 2010. See EV World for previous videos in this series.

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Conclusion of audience Q&A with Nebraska Energy Office Director Neil Moseman and Nebraska Renewable Energy Association president Robert Byrnes at the Omaha Press Club on 18 February 2010. See EV World for previous videos in this series.

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