Valley Electric Association is set to host a panel discussion on Question 3 (Energy Choice) at its Quarterly Ambassador Meeting from 4 to 5 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 6, at the Valley Conference Center, 800 East Highway 372 in Pahrump, the association announced.
Representatives from the Yes and No camps will be present to answer questions as will a representative from the Guinn Center for Policy Priorities, which is neutral on the issue.
The Yes on 3 campaign will be represented by Dave Chase, executive director of the Nevadans for Affordable and Clean Energy Choices, a coalition of nearly 1,000 small businesses focused on bringing Energy Choice to Nevada.
Representing the No on 3 campaign will be Devlin Daneshforouz, outreach director for the Coalition to Defeat Question 3.
Representing the Guinn Center for Policy Priorities will be Meredith Levine, director of economic policy. The Guinn Center is a third party that is neutral on the topic of Energy Choice.
Questions collected from the VEA Ambassador Legislative Committee will be presented to the panel. Due to time constraints, the panelists will not field questions from the audience.
Doors are scheduled to open at 3:30 p.m. with the program starting at 4 p.m. RSVP by emailing ambassadorRSVP@vea.coop or calling Ryan Muccio at 775-727-2745.
Though the meeting will be an Ambassadors event, attendees need not be Valley Electric Ambassadors.
About Valley Electric Association
- Valley Electric Association Inc. (VEA) is a member-owned nonprofit electric utility headquartered in Pahrump.
- While VEA started as a small rural electric utility in 1965, the company now provides electric service to more than 45,000 people within a vast 6,800-square-mile service area primarily along the California-Nevada line, with the majority in Nevada.
- Valley Communications Association (VCA), a wholly owned subsidiary of VEA, began proving high-speed communications to our member-owners in the spring of 2016.
- VEA’s service area starts in Sandy Valley, southwest of Las Vegas, and extends north for more than 250 miles to Fish Lake Valley.
- For more information about VEA, visit www.vea.coop
Source: Valley Electric Association