City Club Missoula Forum – Montana renewable energy options remain opaque

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North Americans consume six times as much energy as the average global consumer, according to Bradley Layton, CEO of Human Powered Future. It’s an unsustainable trajectory with an uncertain future.

Layton discussed the possibilities for energy transition at a City Club Missoula  forum Monday along with Brian Lipscomb, CEO of Energy Keepers of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.

“We’re faced with a situation where we have some challenges in front of us to change how we generate electricity or try to overall reduce our carbon footprint,” said Lipscomb.


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