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Sunday, May 4, 2008 | 3 a.m.
Four energy experts came to the Sun recently to discuss a plan to build three coal-fired power plants in Nevada: Coal power lobbyist Joe Lucas, executive director of American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, formerly Americans for Balanced Energy Choices; Lydia Ball, local representative of the Sierra Club and Nevada Clean Energy Campaign, a coalition of environmental groups; Roberto Denis, vice president of energy supply for Sierra Pacific Resources, parent company of Nevada Power Co. and the company proposing a coal plant near Ely, and Tim Hay, former Public Utilities Commission member and former consumer advocate with the Nevada attorney general's office. (Full discussion. Length- 1:04:39)